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"Western Digital releases new 18TB, 20TB EAMR drives"

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Old July 16th 20, 10:39 PM posted to comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage
Lynn McGuire[_3_]
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Default "Western Digital releases new 18TB, 20TB EAMR drives"

"Western Digital releases new 18TB, 20TB EAMR drives"


"EAMR offers similar density gains to HAMR and MAMR, with less exotic tech."

Wow, that reminds of the good old Prime mini days with the $250,000
twelve platter twelve inch hard drives.

SSD is definitely coming on strong. I keep on wondering if the
holographic media is ever going to be useful.



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