DVD Holds One Terabyte of Data
Posted on December 15, 2006A DVD that holds 1 terabyte of data has been developed. It was developed by researchers at the University of Central Florida. SlashGear reports that the technique used to create the 1 terabyte DVD involves the use of two lasers on the recording surface.
That will make storage much easier whenever this technology is finally available to consumers.They were able to achieve this breakthrough dubbed as the Two-Photon 3-D Optical Data Storage System by developing a technique of shooting two lasers on to a recording surface. These two lasers are each at a different wavelength and create a very specific image that is sharper than those of current techniques.