Atomic Holographic Nanotechnology will Set the Pace for the Future
A comparison with 2 D Area state of the art spin valve GMR magnetic hard drives of today maxing at 100 gigabits with 640,000 bits per inch using a track density 70,000 per in..
HAMR and vertical recording can theoretically write very high densities but there is no discrete electronic concept that can read electron polarity and rotation. When light is used to read electrons that data is destroyed.
With highly unlikely Area 2 D optically assisted magnetic drives using near field recording using SIL, VSAL, or NSOM maxing at 45 gigabits/sq.in. and destructive reading unrealistic.
Todays CD, CR-R, CD-RW, BluRay etc. 2 D Area Infrared / Violet technology has a recording density maxing out about 40 gbits/sq in. making data storage capacity and bandwidth improvements negligible.
CONTACT 2 D Area recording AFM, STM, SPM , SFM, SCM/IC-SCM, i.e. uses extremely fragile atomic force microscope contact stylus and their derivatives maxing practically out at about 300 gigabits/sq.in.. are very slow and expensive.
The FeDrive will offer infinite double sided read and writes for the retention of data storage for 100-years or more, holding more data than any other type of drive and will deliver data much faster places Colossal Storage in a unique position with its 2D Area/3D Volume Atomic holographic Nanotechnology way infront of any world business competition today or tommorrow.
This Website is constantly being updated with the latest research, press, and breakthrus in Ferroelectrics and other Future Storage Technologies.
Colossal Storage (web start date Sept 1, 1999)is always looking to promote its technology as well as others, please email any links for us to evaluate. If applicable, other new and evolving technologies will be listed under our Other Technologies Development Section.
FeDrive and FeHead are the trade names for the integrated semiconductor ferroelectric device concepts of Colossal Storage, Pocomoke City, Md.
This home page contains, lots of useful information such as theoretical ideas, application data, future concepts , and future marketing data and other technologies under development.
[ CAUTION - General ]
Although the information at this web site (hereinafter called "Information") is provided in good faith and believed to be correct, Colossal Storage and its affiliates referred to at this web site (hereinafter called "Affiliates") make no representations or warranties as to its completeness, accuracy, or timeliness.
This web site and Information are provided to you on an "as is" basis with out any warranty of any kind, and the use of them is at your own risk.
The Information is protected by copyright under the laws of The United States of America and other foreign countries. You may not sell, modify, reproduce, display, distribute, or otherwise use the Information in any way for any public or commercial purpose.
Neither license nor immunity under any patent is granted or implied by public viewing of this website.
Colossal Storage patents concepts in this home page are for laboratory discussion and possible licensing and sale only.
The specifications are subject to change without notice.