QUESTION OF THE WEEK: This type of data storage uses laser beams to store computer-generated data in three dimensions....
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The goal is to store a lot of data in a little bit of space. a. holographic storage b. virtual memory c. digital data storage d. optical storage e. COLD (Computer Output to Laser Disk)
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a. holographic storage
Holographic storage is computer storage that uses laser beams to store computer-generated data in three dimensions. The goal is to store a lot of data in a little bit of space.
Perhaps you have a bank credit card containing a logo in the form of a hologram. The idea is to use this type of technology to store computer information.
Although no one has yet mass-commercialized this technology, many vendors - including Lucent and IBM - are working on it. Prototypes of holographic storage devices can store at least 12 times the amount of information on today's largest magnetic hard disk drives, with input/output rates more than 10 times faster than what is possible today.
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