[rescue] Tape drive woes
Sheldon T. Hall
shel at cmhcsys.com
Tue Sep 14 16:49:24 CDT 2004
Phil Stracchino says ...
> NanoMarket estimates that
> by 2011, the various naoscale memory technologies (*most* of which are
> fast, non-volatile and radiation-hard, by the way), will own
> 40% of the current *combined* RAM and disk market.
I wonder if computing machinery and operating systems will get redesigned to
take advantage of this. If all your storage (and video display) is just one
huge block of memory, a lot of the current complexity can just go away. I
predict interesting times.
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