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Title: A Magnetic Solid-State Storage Technology: Vertical Bloch Line Storage
Authors: Katti, R. R.
Issue Date: 1993
Citation: National Media Laboratory Newsletter NML Bits
Abstract: No storage technology is known to exist today which simultaneously offers high-storage density, nonvolatility, and a solid-state form factor. For example, common random access memories are solid-state, but are volatile and typically offer modest density. Alternatively, mainstream magnetic disk and magnetic tape systems offer high storage density and nonvolatility, but are fundamentally not solid-state. A number of applications exist which would be suited well with high performance solid- state technology. NASA, for example, is beginning baseline solid-state recorders for upcoming space missions, such as the Cassini mission to Saturn.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/35010
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