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"HDD vs SSD: What Does the Future for Storage Hold? — Part 2"



 
 
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Old March 14th 18, 07:48 PM posted to comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage
Lynn McGuire[_3_]
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"HDD vs SSD: What Does the Future for Storage Hold? — Part 2"
https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hdd-v...-data-centers/

"Western Digital claims that its competing microwave-assisted magnetic
recording (MAMR) could enable drive capacity to increase up to 40TB by
the year 2025."

Lynn
 




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