Holographic Data Storage: From Theory to Practical Systems by Kevin Curtis

By Kevin Curtis

Holographic information garage: From conception to sensible platforms is a primer at the layout and construction of a holographic facts garage process protecting the physics, Servo, facts Channel, Recording fabrics, and optics in the back of holographic garage, the necessities of a functioning process, and its integration into "real-life" structures. Later chapters spotlight contemporary advancements in holographic garage that have enabled readiness for advertisement implementation and speak about the final outlook for the expertise, together with the transition from expert to shopper markets and the chances for mass copy.

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Close to 60% of the 4483 respondents indicated an archival life requirement of over 40 years for their data. Further details are available in the INSIC International Optical Data Storage Roadmap [43]. Regulatory compliance legislation, passed in the US in the early 2000s, has raised the importance of data protection and archiving. The intent of many of the regulations is to protect data that may be of value in litigation. The write once aspect of holographic write once read many (WORM) media is a good fit for this requirement.

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