NewsSub-diffraction optical writing enables data storage at the
nanoscale

26th February 2021by admin0
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The total amount of data generated worldwide is
expected to reach 175 zettabytes (1 ZB equals 1 billion terabytes)
by 2025. If 175 ZB were stored on Blu-ray disks, the stack would be
23 times the distance to the moon. There is an urgent need to
develop storage technologies that can accommodate this enormous
amount of data.

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