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Tape Storage: 31 Gb / cm^2 by 2028
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Bret Cahill
2018-09-01 21:23:24 UTC
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"In 2015, the Information Storage Industry Consortium, an organization that includes HP Enterprise, IBM, Oracle, and Quantum, along with a slew of academic research groups, released what it called the “International Magnetic Tape Storage Roadmap.” That forecast predicted that the areal density of tape storage would reach 91 Gb per square inch by 2025. Extrapolating the trend suggests that it will surpass 200 Gb per square inch by 2028."

https://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/why-the-future-of-data-storage-is-still-magnetic-tape

It ain't at Walmart yet. That means the ISIC is part of the conspiraCEEE.

Besides, deniers AGND (ain't got no data) to store in the first place!
Paul Aubrin
2018-09-02 16:49:55 UTC
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Post by Bret Cahill
"In 2015, the Information Storage Industry Consortium, an organization
that includes HP Enterprise, IBM, Oracle, and Quantum, along with a slew
of academic research groups, released what it called the “International
Magnetic Tape Storage Roadmap.” That forecast predicted that the areal
density of tape storage would reach 91 Gb per square inch by 2025.
Extrapolating the trend suggests that it will surpass 200 Gb per square
inch by 2028."
https://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/why-the-future-of-data-
storage-is-still-magnetic-tape
Post by Bret Cahill
It ain't at Walmart yet. That means the ISIC is part of the
conspiraCEEE.
Besides, deniers AGND (ain't got no data) to store in the first place!
How tape storage density influences global-warming? It acts as a forcing?
Bret Cahill
2018-09-02 17:44:26 UTC
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Post by Bret Cahill
Post by Bret Cahill
"In 2015, the Information Storage Industry Consortium, an organization
that includes HP Enterprise, IBM, Oracle, and Quantum, along with a slew
of academic research groups, released what it called the “International
Magnetic Tape Storage Roadmap.” That forecast predicted that the areal
density of tape storage would reach 91 Gb per square inch by 2025.
Extrapolating the trend suggests that it will surpass 200 Gb per square
inch by 2028."
https://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/why-the-future-of-data-
storage-is-still-magnetic-tape
Post by Bret Cahill
It ain't at Walmart yet. That means the ISIC is part of the
conspiraCEEE.
Besides, deniers AGND (ain't got no data) to store in the first place!
How tape storage density influences global-warming?
Data storage won't have any impact on denierism as deniers AGND (ain't got no data) to store in the first place!

But a lot of the science necessary to monitor the effects of AGW as well as develop an approach for carbon abatement is heavily dependent on massive amounts of data.
Chom Noamsky
2018-09-10 02:38:16 UTC
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Post by Bret Cahill
Post by Bret Cahill
Post by Bret Cahill
"In 2015, the Information Storage Industry Consortium, an organization
that includes HP Enterprise, IBM, Oracle, and Quantum, along with a slew
of academic research groups, released what it called the “International
Magnetic Tape Storage Roadmap.” That forecast predicted that the areal
density of tape storage would reach 91 Gb per square inch by 2025.
Extrapolating the trend suggests that it will surpass 200 Gb per square
inch by 2028."
https://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/why-the-future-of-data-
storage-is-still-magnetic-tape
Post by Bret Cahill
It ain't at Walmart yet. That means the ISIC is part of the
conspiraCEEE.
Besides, deniers AGND (ain't got no data) to store in the first place!
How tape storage density influences global-warming?
Data storage won't have any impact on denierism as deniers AGND (ain't got no data) to store in the first place!
But a lot of the science necessary to monitor the effects of AGW as well as develop an approach for carbon abatement is heavily dependent on massive amounts of data.
You should have seen how much data there was back in the Big Bangocene!
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