Holographic storage’s corpse twitches

Failed holographic storage start-up InPhase is selling off its patents as Eugen Pavel’s Storex has developed 2nm optical lithography which could lead to a 100 exabyte optical disk.

At one end of the holographic storage spectrum we see a crumbling corpse, while at the other holographic gee-whizzery is talking about a disk with almost unimaginable capacity. It could store the data held in 25 million 4TB hard disk drives, they say — via redwolf.newsvine.com

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