CEATEC being held in Japan was the place chosen by TDK to present its manufacturing technology for hard disks with a recording density data to 803 Gigabits per square inch.
Designed to cope with the strength of the new SSDs, with this technology would be possible to produce 1.8-inch disks that allow duplex capacity up to 260 GBytes.
The trend in the computing technology and remains, the minaturization and increased benefits for smaller devices remains the obsession of manufacturers.
TDK, which among other things makes components for hard drives, presented in technology fair CEATEC in Japan the result of its new technology for hard drives that has gotten a recording density of 803 gigabits of data per square inch.
Application to 1.8-inch hard drives, thanks to booming MP3, netbooks, smartphones and video cameras, leading to the possibility of overcoming the current barriers and increase to 260 GBytes of storage for a double-sided disk.
Although the figure does not seem too spectacular, the fact is that brand managers see it as a breakthrough that will lead them in not much time to reach the Terabit per square inch data density.
The applied technology combines a new head design TRM tunnel magnetoresistive effect and a recording surface on which magnetoresistividad has increased by over 80%.
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