Store Data Forever On This Waterproof, Fireproof Glass Disk

Store Data Forever On This Waterproof, Fireproof Glass Disk
technology

Hitachi has invented a small device that can store data on it for an incredibly long time in binary form by creating a series of dots that can be read with a microscope.

Emma Hutchings
  • 27 september 2012

Hitachi has invented a glass disk that can store data on it without degrading, almost forever. The small device is waterproof, fireproof, resistant to chemicals, and unaffected by radio waves. According to Phys.org, Hitachi researcher Kazuyoshi Torii said:

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