Future NanoTechnology: 3D Atomic Holographic Storage

Posted: Jul 17 2003, 9:23am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:54pm CDT , in Other Stuff


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Future NanoTechnology: 3D Atomic Holographic Storage

Atomic Holographic NanoTechnology Sets Pace for the Future.

Fremont, Ca. - Colossal Storage Corporation has dominant patents the first patents issued in any field that details a totally new concept for a Ultra-Violet/Deep Blue Laser integrated semiconductor R/W Head used for non-contact rewritable data to a ferroelectric optical holographic removable storage product.

Colossal Storage wants its Rewritable 3D Volume Atomic Holographic Removable Optical Storage NanoTechnology to be an " ALL IN ONE " Storage Solution replacing Ram, Rom, DRAM, FRAM, MRAM, Ovonic, Flash, 2D Optical Drives(phase change/MO DVD), Tape Drives, AFM/ATF and Hard Drives for " ALL IN ONE " complete system hardware storage requirements. Read More

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All holographic storage technology except Colossal Storage Corp. use a spatial light modulator (SLM) made from ferroelectric lithium niobate which writes one complete page of data at a time. When you need to change ONE BIT USING SLM it is necessary to almost rewrite the ENTIRE DISK ! Since ALL other holographic storage technology use a spatial light modulator (SLM) which writes one complete page of data at a time. The data must loaded serially to the SLM and is destructively written so any mistakes on the serial loaded SLM means increased wasted write data time. This method is great for WORM data storage but when BIT FOR BIT Erase / Write / and Read of random data to a disk is needed in real time day to day applications the SLM concept will NOT be able to function. Colossal Storages method for writing is like having billions of vertical spatial light modulated pages in one rewritable ferroelectric track, each track having billions of SLM's. Imagine having billions of SLM on the disk where the data is written / read in bit / byte / word accurately every time at atomic light speeds. Ferroelectric non-linear photonic bandgap crystals offer the possibility of controlling and manipulating light within a UV/Deep Blue frequency. The small size of ferroelectric photonic bandgap structures makes it possible to fabricate transparent optical devices like volume atomic holographic storage having both positive and negative index of refraction. Colossal Storage has over 1200 of the world's best scientist wanting to prove the patent and holographic concepts of the infinite rewritable random access nanotechnology. Patents covers techniques and functions for controlling ferroelectric perovskite high-K dielectric binary dipole molecules properties which can be used for atomic holographic optical mass storage of data. The patents deal with techniques for fast data transfer read/write control of ferroelectric molecules which have a data retention life of >100 years. Read more at Colossal Storage Corporation

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