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13 Aug 2017 IBM Scientists Store 330TB Of Uncompressed Data In One Tape, Sets New World Record [65434]
TechWorm, August 5th, 2017

"The future of data storage is here: magnetic tapes," opines Kavita Iyer in TechWorm. "Scientists at IBM Research have created a new world record for storing over 330TB of uncompressed data on a single tape cartridge that can easily fit into the palm of a person's hand. This storage capacity is more than the world's biggest hard drives that are capable of holding about 330 million books.

The record set by IBM in collaboration with Sony Storage Media Solutions can support data storage densities of 201 GB per square inch which is more than 20 times the density of commercial tape drives that hold data between 5 GB and 7 GB per square inch. The researchers showcased this feat at the 28th Magnetic Recording Conference (TMRC 2017) in Japan..."
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13 Aug 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [65422]
Vol 234, Issue 1' Vol 233 Issues 1, 2,3 and 4; Vol 232 Issues 2, 3 and 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • 10 Ridiculously Smart Questions You Should Ask In A Job Interview
  • 21 Technologies Transforming Software Development
  • Quantum Leap: Obstacles Remain, But A Revolution In Computing Is Almost Here
  • 3 Reasons Why GDPR is Not the New Y2K
  • Using Linux Performance Tools
  • IBM Scientists Store 330TB Of Uncompressed Data In One Tape, Sets New World Record
  • Four Times You Shouldn't Apologize (Including When It's Your Fault)
  • HDD vs. SSD: Is there room for disk in a solid-state world?
  • 10 Companies Using Machine Learning In Cool Ways
  • Enterprise Password Management: Mandatory Changes Out And MFA In

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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06 Aug 2017 Zombie Technology Life After Death Tape Is Still Alive [65276]
Storage IO Blog, July 24th 2017

"A Zombie Technology is one declared dead yet has Life after Death such as Tape which is still alive," opines Greg Schulz in his Storage IO Blog.

"Sure we have heard for decades about the death of tape, and someday it will be dead and buried (I mean really dead), no longer used, buried, existing only in museums. Granted tape has been on the decline for some time, and even with many vendors exiting the marketplace, there remains continued development and demand within various data infrastructure environments, including software defined as well as legacy..."
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06 Aug 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [65256]
Vol 233 Issues 1, 2,3 and 4; Vol 232 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • 13 Body Language Blunders That Make You Look Bad
  • 10 Essential Performance Tips For MySQL
  • A CIO's Advice: 3 Ways To Empower Innovators
  • 10 Critical Steps To Create A Culture Of Cyber Security
  • Cybersecurity and The Board
  • Zombie Technology Life After Death Tape Is Still Alive
  • Top 9 Improvements And Features In Java 9
  • Maps To The Storage Stars: Who'll Make It Big In Next 10 Years?
  • CPU Architecture After Moore's Law: What's Next?
  • The Impact Of The Internet Of Things

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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05 Aug 2017 IBM Scientists Store 330TB Of Uncompressed Data In One Tape, Sets New World Record [65406]
TechWorm, August 5th, 2017

"The future of data storage is here: magnetic tapes. Scientists at IBM Research have created a new world record for storing over 330TB of uncompressed data on a single tape cartridge that can easily fit into the palm of a person's hand. This storage capacity is more than the world's biggest hard drives that are capable of holding about 330 million books.

The record set by IBM in collaboration with Sony Storage Media Solutions can support data storage densities of 201 GB per square inch which is more than 20 times the density of commercial tape drives that hold data between 5 GB and 7 GB per square inch. The researchers showcased this feat at the 28th Magnetic Recording Conference (TMRC 2017) in Japan..."
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