1 TByte disk up for standardization

Almost six months since scientists at the Imperial College, U.K., claimed to have invented an optical storage device with a 1 TB capacity, six companies have come together to announce the development of a disk of a similar capacity.

The new technology, holographic versatile disk, is being touted as the next generation optical disk after Blu-ray or HD-DVD formats become a standard. The companies that have created the Holographic Versatile Disk Alliance includes Fuji Photo. The disk would be capable of storing up to 200 movies and transfer data at 1 Gbps.

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