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Data Storage

+ - InPhase Holographic storage finally dead

The Bender writes: It appears that the eternally "few years away" holographic storage developer InPhase Technologies has finally curled up and died, culminating a couple of years of gradual decline and questionable activities in its attempts to stay solvent. The company was spun out of Lucent 10 years ago on a wave of promise in new optical data storage technologies, almost all of which have quietly rolled over, and dutifully worked its way through well over $100M of investment. We have discussed them and their promises of TB-capacity removable discs many times before, but it looks like this could be the last one.

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