Could this be the storage tech that replaces hard disks and supersedes solid-state drives? UK-based developer DataSlide believes so, claiming to have the others licked with magnetic but non-rotating system it's calling Hard Rectangular Drive. DataSlide's technology centres on a sheet of magnetic material mounted beneath a …
Core not dumped
Ah - a high-tech version of the old core memory, lots of magnetic storage with electronic indexing...
reminded me of...
... a wide matrix/impact printer we had, where the matrix would move left/right as well as the paper, to produce the image.
I like this idea!
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