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The bootless PC and terabytes on a dime click here News & Views on the Field of Holographic Technology! Holographic Data Storage, Memory and Processing Resources New EU project on ferroelectric films, Cheaper, smaller and less energy requiring components for laptops and mobile phones
The bootless PC and terabytes on a dime click here
News & Views on the Field of Holographic Technology! Holographic Data Storage, Memory and Processing Resources
New EU project on ferroelectric films, Cheaper, smaller and less energy requiring components for laptops and mobile phonesComputing at the Speed of Light, is Von Neumann Wrong ?, by Micah Bell, Bowie State University click here .
Electronic Storage Media, Stanford University click here .
Holographic-current study in laser and photorefractive crystals N. Noginova Department of Physics, Alabama A&M University click here .
Gigahertz Electron Spin Manipulation Using Voltage-Controlled g-Tensor Modulation at the Center for Spintronics and Quantum Computation, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Holographic storage: flash of brilliance or flash in the pan? By Douglas Page click here .
CNET Predicts Holographic Storage will leave DVD's in the Dirt !!! click here .
OSU chemistry professor Douglas Keszler says by eliminating the need for extreme manufacturing conditions, the oxide film process may vastly improve semiconductor manufacturing, allowing for cheaper production and smaller devices click here .
Moving slowly toward light-speed technology - Photonics picks up where electronic leaves off ! by Robert S. Boyd Mercury News Washington Bureau click here .
Tower Of Power Feb. 11, 2002, A petabyte of data is difficult to fathom. Think of it as the equivalent of 250 billion pages of text, enough to fill 20 million four-drawer filing cabinets. Or imagine a 2,000 mile-high tower of 1 billion diskettes. Whatever you do, don't stop there--because it's the amount of data many businesses will be managing within the next five years. Very possibly including yours click here .
Feb 11, 2002 CERN Project Will Collect Hundreds Of Petabytes Of Data click here .
Electron Holography click here .
NASA predicts stellar growth in Storage to Continue click here .
Holographic Storage, John Stockton, Tamarack Storage Technologies click here .
"Growth in Data Storage is Characterized by Technical Insights", John Wiley & Sons, one of the world's leading market research companies since 1971. JW & Sons says ferroelectric data storage will play an important part in the future. click here
"Guru" George Gilder says the future technology is everything optical and the technology of today has lost steam, " Follow the Light". click here
ComputerWorld, Virtually There by Barbara Foster Oct 20, 2000 click here
UC Berkeley study says Big Bang Growth in Data Storage is around the Corner click here .
6 Hot Technologies for the 21 st Century. click here
Banking on Managed Storage - The Future Multi - Billion Dollar Storage Market. click here
New Optics Technologies Will Light the Future click here
Arkansas Physics, University of Arkansas click here
Rutgers Researcher Develops New UV Technology click here .
Wincor-Nixdorf Reprt, Holographic Storage "something can be expected" of ferroelectric storage, storage capacity will be so large that we have reached the boundaries of physics click here .
Atypical Superconductors and the Future click here .
Photon induced Magnetics 2 D area storage that wants to borrow on Colossal patented proprietary concepts, University of Idaho and Utah click here .
BusinessWeek Online VCs Go Back to the Future, Most Web sites featuring so-called rich media content also lack the storage architecture to handle the streaming media and music files that often draw large numbers of Web surfers. As millions of people downloaded video footage of the September 11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, for example, many such sites froze. click here
Venture Capital Source Redding Herring Magazine with articles on the future and importance of Data Storage to the World. click here
In Nature, UB Team Reports Infrared to Visible Upconverted Stimulated Emission click here .
Dr. / Professor Shuji Nakamura the developer of the bright blue light emitting diode and the violet laser click here
Two laser diode on single chip click here
Silicon nanoparticles enable microscopic lasers click here .
Nanotechnology..Professor Roger Whatmore, Cranfield University click here .
International Symposium on Ultra-High-Density Optical Storage March 2-3, 2001 Tokai University, Numazu, JAPAN click here
Electric Field - Encyclopedia Brittanica click here
Ferroelectrics Physics Division - University of Latvia click here .
Charles Hubert and Jeremy Levy, Dept of Physics, University of Pittsburg click here
University of Purdue, education supplement on ferroelectric dielectrics click here .
Ferroelectricity - Encyclopedia Britanica click here
U.S. proposes increased nano-research funding click here
Sandia Joins National Charge Into 21st Century Nanotechnology Revolution click here
Clinton Proposes Jump In Federal IT Research click here
Patents Promise Protection And Profits click here
Intellectual Capital -- Protecting Innovation -- IT Systems Are More Valuable Than Ever, So CIOs Are Guarding Their Companies' Investments click here
IBM Collects On Intellectual Property click here
Writing on the Fringe Interfering electrons could lead to atomic data storage click here
Ferroelectric Ceramics click here
Direct Imaging of Ferroelectric Phase Transitions in Perovskite click here
Observation of Domain Dynamics and Nanoscale Control of Domains in Ferroelectric Materials with Scanning Probe Microscope click here
AFM/STM (EFM Mode) : Writing/Reading on Ferroelectric Materials click here
Light click here
The Atom click here
Measurement of the Amplitude and Phase of a Sculpted Rydberg Wave Packet click here
Study on Photoferroelectric Ceramics of High Performance click here
Ultrasensitive analysis technique detects single atoms in large click here
Blue/violet laser nears use for high-definition DVD click here
Vertical cavity nitride system emits blue laser click here
University of Illinois, Prof. Nancy Sottos, MEMS research using high - k dielectrics under mechanical stress, click here
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Silicon photodiodes have 0.5-microsecond response click here
AFM Image of Ferroelectric Thin Film - HP click here
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electric dipole -encyclopedia brittanica click here
NVM - Ferroelctric Memories IMEC click here
MOCVD for optoelectronics IOP Magazine click here
IOP org articles ( need to type word ferroelectric for search ) click here
Quantum storage method demo'd click here
Store and share with your own Internet hard disk click here
Is Storage Over The Internet Practical Yet? click here
Storage Becomes Remotely Possible click here
Storage area networks click here
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(BW)(DISK/TREND) Optical Disk Drives and Libraries; Some Products Sink, Some Prosper, as Optical Disk Drive Manufacturers Boost 1998 Shipments to 94.2 Million Drives click here
Ceramic Ferroelectric Material For Microwave Applications click here
Novel Process for Nanoparticle Production Overview on Nanoparticle Materials click here
The era of giant magnetoresistive heads click here
Applications of Atomic Force Microscopy In Optical Disc Technology click here
Northwestern Chemists Plot The Next Step In Nanotechnology click here
Shorter Circuits - IBM Research click here
IBM pushes electronic ink, organic LEDs for future flexible displays click here
Liquid crystal tapped for molecular wire interconnect click here
Nanotechnology today is part of a booming worldwide electronics industry that is expected to grow to $1.6 trillion by 2006, as researchers develop ways to store information at the atomic level. click here
IBM team builds flexible transistor click here
Photonics - Electrical/optical printed circuit board click here
The Skinny On Motorola's Trim Transistor click here
Digital Optical Computing with focus on optical bistability click here
What are optical chips click here
Copper Survey Turns Up Surprising Results click here
IBM develops flexible transistors click here