• Fujifilm Created a Magnetic Tape That Can Store 580 Terabytes

    20 days ago - By Peta Pixel

    Fujifilm has announced that it has set a new world record by creating a magnetic storage tape that can store a staggering 580 terabytes of data.
    The breakthrough, developed jointly with IBM Research, uses a new magnetic particle called Strontium Ferrite , commonly used as a raw material for making motor magnets. Fujifilm has been investigating Strontium Ferrite as a possible successor to Barium Ferrite , which is the leading material today.
    The structure of magnetic tape.
    SrFe has been found to have higher magnetic characteristics and 60% less particle volume than BaFe. And like BaFe, SrFe...
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