Cerabyte’s Revolutionary Ceramic Storage Promises 10PB of Data Storage by 2025
Munich-based data storage company, Cerabyte, has revealed a pioneering data storage solution that leverages advanced ceramics to revolutionize the industry. Cerabyte’s CEO and co-founder, Christian Pflaum, is set to showcase this innovative technology at the upcoming 2023 Storage Developer Conference in California.
As the name suggests, Cerabyte’s approach involves using specially engineered ceramics, arranged in ultra-thin layers as slim as 50 atoms thick, creating sheets up to 300µm thick. The technology employs laser or particle beams to read and write data at remarkable speeds, with the media supporting areal densities of up to TB/cm^2.