The University of Southampton has demonstrated hard disc memory with 360 Terabyte (TB) capacity, thermal stability up to 1000°C, and a lifetime of over a million years. Made out of nanostructured ‘5D’ glass, the University has coined the term “Superman memory crystals” for the technology, owing to the similarity in look and capability to the…
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