Cerabyte has unveiled a demonstration of its ceramics-based data storage system, aiming to revolutionize data storage in the future. The technology utilizes ceramic and glass to create palm-sized cartridges capable of storing 10,000TB of data. The system features layers of special ceramic arranged on a glass base, achieving high data density with GBps write speeds.
The fully operational prototype uses commercial off-the-shelf equipment, and data is written and read using laser beamlets to create nano-scale patterns. Cerabyte claims its cost-effective, energy-efficient, and durable technology can last over 5,000 years, making it a promising solution for future data storage