HDD bits-per-inch-squared history

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Description: Similar to Moore's Law, Magnetic Recording has increased bit densities at exponential rates. This chart plots density from the first Hard Disk Drive in the late 50's to 2011. Showing the key technologies that drove it.

Upload Date: 09-Mar-2012

Posted By: Dan Hutcheson

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Reference URL: http://electronics.wesrch.com/paper-details/pdf-EL11TZS1OHRAO-magnetic
-recording-media-evolution-and-future-challenges

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HDD bits-per-inch-squared history

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