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Seagate launched 16 TB Helium-based CMR Drive

Seagate launched 16 TB Helium-based CMR Drive Seagate16TB

Although not the first 16 TB drive publicly announced – Toshiba MG08 series was the first, last week Seagate launched their 16 TB conventional magnetic recording helium drive. These are available under two product lines – the Exos X for datacenters, and the IronWolf / IronWolf Pro for NAS units. Exos X16 The Exos X16 […]

Autonomous Driving & Data Storage

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In order to meet specific applications for autonomous driving in cars and trucks industry adopted multiple storage form factors: Removable SD™ Card – one may have used it to load new maps to your navigation, or to record data from your dash camera, etc; eMMC has been an accessible embedded interface in automotive systems for […]

How Data Analyzers Help Reducing e-Waste

How Data Analyzers Help Reducing e-Waste USB flash data recovery

In modern world we wait in awe to see when the newest version of a digital gadget is coming out. But where do old obsolete devices end up? Electronic waste is the waste humans generate from broken, obsolete, or discarded electronics and can be just as harmful for the environment as any other waste material. […]

5D optical data storage – Superman memory crystals

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On Feb. 6, 2018, SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket flew for the first time launching red Tesla Roadster and its mannequin driver, Starman, into orbit around the sun. Thus far car and Starman moved beyond Mars moving at a speed of 55 thousand miles per hour. The orbital period is about 557 days. The roadster will […]

Engineers Explain USB Flash: XOR vs Encryption

Engineers Explain USB Flash: XOR vs Encryption Viewsonic DPF 5

We receive dozens of flash cases every week and our clients often ask us why is it so complicated to recover data from their flash device. Flash devices don’t store data like a hard drive, the controller (brain) of the flash device transforms data as it passes through it. Each transformation the flash drive makes […]

“Right to repair” vs Apple

“Right to repair” vs Apple Apple repair

At this moment almost 20 states are considering or implemented so-called “Right to Repair” legislation, which should require device manufacturers to make repair parts, tools, guides, and diagnostic software available to the public. While tech giants are fighting this legislation as public records showed; Apple is lobbying against the bill in New York, and many […]