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TDK has announced it has developed a technology that uses laser heaters to increase the amount of storage space in hard drive platters which could double the amount of storage space.
TDK researchers have achieved an areal density record of 803Gbit/sq in potentially extending the life of current read/write head technology. The higher the areal density the more data can be packed onto a disk drive....