A computer disc about the size of a DVD that can hold 60 times more data is set to go on sale in 2006. The disc stores information through the interference of light - a technique known as holographic memory.
The discs, developed by InPhase Technologies, based in Colorado, US, hold 300 GByte of data and can be used to read and write data 10 times faster than a normal DVD.
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