Atomic Holographic Nanotechnology will Set the Pace for the Future
After many years of private independent research no other world wide holographic nanotechnology concept at the corporate, university, military, patent submissions, publications, web site, government research or any conference anywhere can equal the revolutionary nanotechnology created by Michael E. Thomas, proof is hereby provided, one example as proof of the state of the art , second example of proof of the state of the art , third example of proof of the state of the art, fourth example , fifth example , sixth example , seventh example , eight example , ninth example , tenth example , eleventh example , twelth example , thirteenth example , fourteenth example , fifthteenth example .
3D Holographic Optical Disk Drive Storage
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.
Colossal Storage RAID and Jukebox systems for the virtual desktop NAS (Network – Attached Storage, SAN (Storage-Area Networks), IEEE Storage-Management (MMS,DMO,LMP) , SSP (Storage Service Providers), WAN (Wide Area Networks), LAN (Local Area Networks),IDC (Internet Data Centers) and Data Farms andWarehousing as the core of this nanotechnology Servers Of Future Will Grow In Complexity .
SAN market for hardware, software and services is expected to grow from an estimated 3.5 billion in 1998 to 14.8 billion dollars by 2000, according to Strategic Research, growth of computer networks and the Internet, has data storage currently valued at 1.2 billion and is seen as growing to 147 billion dollars after 2003 Storage Moving To Front Of Tech Pack .
One Multi-Terabyte Colossal Drive could save more than 900,000 watts hour by replacing a thousand or more hard drives each requiring on average 3 amps of continuous power usage. That breaks down into 3A * 5V/12v or 15 watts per minute * 60 = 900 watts an hour. World wide approximate power usage is 900 watts/hour * 500,000,000 drives = 450 x 10^9 watts hour (50,000,000 new drive every year). Power and energy conservation will play an important role in the 21st century as energy dollar resources become critical black outs , brown outs .
The Colossal FE Drive cost for 1 Gigabyte will be $.08 cents while today's hard drives being much more expensive at $ 1 .00 Gigabyte, with ferroelectric material cost 1/25 of magnetic and optically assisted disk drive ferrite material and weigh 1/3 less
The Key to extreme internet growth is directly tied to 3D volume data storage bandwidth and until Volume Holographic Storage Products are successfully manufactured. The internet will never reach its potential, in optical, glass is definitely half-full .
According to Intel and IBM at the Dec. 13, 2000, International Electronic Device Manufacturers, when evaluating PC parts and their performance disk drives are substantially effecting system performance and will have a much more negative effect in the near future Chip advances outpacing PC parts
Volume holographic storage would allow for secure data storage encryption schemes to be developed for Video, Data, and Audio.
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FeDrive and FeHead are the trade names for the integrated semiconductor ferroelectric device concepts of Colossal Storage, Pocomoke City, Md.
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