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SubjectRe: what is our answer to ZFS?
Tarkan Erimer wrote:
> On 11/22/05, Matthias Andree <matthias.andree@gmx.de> wrote:
>
>>What if some breakthrough in storage gives us vastly larger (larger than
>>predicted harddisk storage density increases) storage densities in 10
>>years for the same price of a 200 or 300 GB disk drive now?
>
>
> If all the speculations are true for AtomChip Corp.'s
> (http://www.atomchip.com) Optical Technology. We wil begin to use
> really large RAMs and Storages very early than we expected.
> Their prototypes already begin with 1 TB (both for RAM and Storage).
> It's not hard to imagine, a few years later, we can use 100-200 and up
> TB Storages and RAMs.
>
Amazing technology, run XP on a 256 bit 6.8GHz protrietary quantum CPU,
by breaking the words into 64 bit pieces and passing them to XP via a
"RAM packet counter" device.

And they run four copies of XP at once, too, and you don't need to boot
them, they run instantly because... the web page says so?

I assume this is a joke, a scam would have prices ;-)
--
-bill davidsen (davidsen@tmr.com)
"The secret to procrastination is to put things off until the
last possible moment - but no longer" -me
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