However, researchers believe the technology will begin losing its ability to maintain data integrity at areal densities much beyond 120 gigabits per square inch, at which time perpendicular recording will become the dominant magnetic recording
Compared with the conventional technology that stores magnetic data on a horizontal plane of the HD media, the latest technology of SDK enables vertical magnetic recording
NanoCAP particles are also well suited for vertical magnetic recording
in future recording methods.
With over 200 employees that have over 2,500 years of data storage experience combined in magnetic recording
, photonics, microelectromechanical systems, and other key technologies, Quinta is a premiere technology company in the data storage industry.
NYSE: SEG) today announced significant new funding agreements in which it will donate $250,000 annually to the University of California, San Diego's Center for Magnetic Recording
Research (CMRR) and $600,000 to the George A.
Within these three broad application segments, several specific applications stand out; chemical-mechanical planarization (CMP) was the largest market for nanoparticles in 2006, followed by magnetic recording
media and multi-layer ceramic capacitors.
Disk and tape technologies rely on magnetic recording
techniques that are inherently reversible or corruptible.
These results should enable magnetic recording
disc manufacturers to prepare more reliable and controlled devices since now they know what magnetic features to control and how to examine them.
Eventually, carbide nanorods--rods on the nanometer scale--may serve as sensors, magnetic recording
heads, or a component of superconducting materials that could raise their current-carrying capacity, Lieber says.
will introduce the first generation of production head testers for thin-film Magneto Resistive ("MR") magnetic recording
heads used in advanced hard disk drive products at the DISKCON USA trade show at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, Calif.
is clearly the dominant recording technology today and for the foreseeable future.
NIST scientists induced rapid, near 90[degrees] rotations of the magnetization of Ni-Fe films in a geometry similar to that of the ferromagnetic cores of magnetic recording