Nanochip promises single chip mass storage by year-end

Suit complains but suit didn't tell us

A suit from Nanochip contacted us early this morning to complain why we hadn't written about its up and coming alternative storage technology. Perhaps if the same suit had told us the same thing he told the EE Times at the same time, we would have done so, on the Summer Solstice. However, the company claimed it will introduce its nanochips at a cost per Meg lower than HDDs. The nanochips will replace HDDs by using stacked Nanochip technology on something the size of a credit card. But observers suggest that the Nanochip technology will be superseded in the next century by an electron-based system, and developed by Hitachi at the Cavendish labs. ®

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