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Fujitsu jacks up recording density

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Fujitsu Labs has said it can jack up hard disk drive recording density to 100Gb per square inch.

This means it can squash 110GB capacity onto a 2.5 inch notebook hard drive, reports AsiaBizTech.

The breakthrough is down to Fujitsu developing a new magneto recording technology, and the company reckons we'll be seeing 300Gb per square inch recording densities are a possibility.

The technology will be adopted in Fujitsu's hard drives in the later end of this year. ®

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