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Old 20th March, 2007, 04:23 AM
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New Magnetic Switching Method Could Dramatically Speed Up Data Storage

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Scientists of the Research Centre Jülich, Germany, have found a fundamentally new magnetic switching method which achieves the fastest speed ever reported by applying an external magnetic field. The results that are presented in a current article in the scientific journal Physical Review Letters could introduce new possibilities for future data storage applications with ultimate speeds.

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definitely a must read, for those wondering how the wonder boys plan on upping our future buffer-to-disk speeds.
[5 picoseconds huh? m-m-m-m-m]

cool find, gizmo.
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I just wonder how much corruption this will cause until the tech behind it is down patt.... BUT this speed increase anyone would appreciate!
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well ya can't really sell what too soon begins to smell, right?

[at least not unless yur inta politics]

Sounds sweet, though. Man I coulda really used this two years ago already.
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Now wherever did I put that ferrite core memory ?
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Now wherever did I put that ferrite core memory ?
Dude !!! that's gotta be... 1 huge case !!
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