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Old 2017-08-03, 02:59   Link #21
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I have a single terabyte is taking a while to fill that, and only people that store lots, an lots, and lots of movies and audio files that I know are filling up multiple 4 TB external drives.
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Old 2017-10-14, 18:40   Link #22
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Microwave Tech Could Produce 40 TB Hard Drives
in the Near Future:

"We’re all generating data faster than storage providers can keep up, and that problem
is only going to get worse. On Friday, Western Digital announced a potential game
changer that promises to expand the limits of traditional HDDs to up to 40TBs using a
microwave-based write head, and the company says it will be available to the public in

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Old 2017-10-19, 06:18   Link #23
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Hard drives sure have come a long way...

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Old 2017-10-20, 11:37   Link #24
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I can finally modify my Commodore 64 with a 40 TB drive lol. Now to find a big fan to cool it off.

Dang it Avalon, you c(XD LOL)-block Shirou and Reinforce, but don't protect his mind in other ways? What is wrong, you woman?
Friendship, be made! Magical power, gather! Starlight Breaker.... this world!
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Old 2017-11-12, 13:06   Link #25
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Quantum Computers Mainstream in 2018 and race
ahead of Supercomputer power:

"Quantum Supremacy is when quantum computers become faster than classical
computers. Once Quantum Computers surpass classical computers they will continue to
improve at a FAR more rapid pace. Doubling the transistors on a regular chip might
achieve double the performance doubling the qubits on a quantum computer can provide
an exponential speedup depending upon the kind of problem it is trying to solve. Dwave
has shown speed ups of 10,000 time or more by doubling the qubits in their quantum
annealing systems.

This week IBM Q scientists announced that they built and measured a 50 qubit processor
prototype. IBM aims to demonstrate capabilities beyond today’s classical systems with
systems of this size."


Is quantum computing going to leave Moore's Law in the dust?
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Old 2017-11-13, 14:14   Link #26
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Everything becomes exponential nowadays
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