14 Oct '11, 6am

Singapore scientists have discovered a process to expand storage capacity of hard disks six-fold... using table salt

Singapore scientists have discovered a process to expand storage capacity of hard disks six-fold... using table salt

Dr Joel Yang (above) is one of the scientists in Singapore who have discovered a process that can expand the data storage capacity of computer hard disks six-fold using a common kitchen ingredient - table salt. -- ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN (AFP) - Scientists in Singapore said on Friday they have discovered a process that can expand the data storage capacity of computer hard disks six-fold using a common kitchen ingredient - table salt. The discovery was made by Singapore's national research institution the Agency for Science Technology and Research (A*Star), in collaboration with the National University of Singapore and the Data Storage Institute. The agencies have 'developed a process that can increase the data recording density of hard disks to 3.3 Terabits per square inch, six times the recording density of current models', they said in a statement. 'This means that a hard ...

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