Seagate: 60TB HDDs possible with next-generation storage tech
[size="3"][i][font="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"]At 620Gb per square inch, current 3.5-inch HDDs peak at 3TB in capacity, while 2.5-inch drives max out at 750GB. The new tech will roughly double that to 6TB and 2TB when it arrives "later this decade" and it will lead to astronomical capacities of up to 60TB over the following 10 years. Seagate hit the milestone by using heat-assisted magnetic recording (HAMR), which the company hails as a next-generation successor to 2006's[/font][url="http://www.techspot.com/news/21817-toshiba-intros-200-gb-laptop-drives.html"]perpendicular magnetic recording[/url][font="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"] (PMR).[/font][/i]
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At 620Gb per square inch, current 3.5-inch HDDs peak at 3TB in capacity, while 2.5-inch drives max out at 750GB. The new tech will roughly double that to 6TB and 2TB when it arrives "later this decade" and it will lead to astronomical capacities of up to 60TB over the following 10 years. Seagate hit the milestone by using heat-assisted magnetic recording (HAMR), which the company hails as a next-generation successor to 2006'sperpendicular magnetic recording (PMR).



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