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Future of Magnet Tape In Artificial Intelligence

Udit Agarwal
Startup/Tech News Correspondent, Responsible for gathering information on the tech companies working on IOT, AI, ML, Cloud, Mobile Technologies, Udit can be reached at [email protected]

The recent advances in big data analytics and artificial intelligence have led to great advancements and incentives for business processes. Regulatory requirements now require organizations to store records for longer periods than what was done before. Studies show that the amount of data being recorded is showing an upward trend of 30-40% annually.

From Over a Decades

The first commercial digital tape storage system, IBM’s Model 726, had the capacity to store 1.1 megabytes on one reel of tape. With the modern technologies, a modern tape cartridge can store 15 terabytes, and a single robotic tape library has the capacity to store 278 petabytes of data. Storing so much data on compact discs would need 397 million of CDs, which if stacked would be a staggering 476 kilometers high.

Economics Cost

The main reason why companies use tape is cost economics as tape storage costs one-sixth the amount business enterprises have to pay to keep the same amount of data on disks, which makes tape systems a common storage option. The growth of tape will continue to grow for many years at a rate of around 33% annually, which means users can expect to double the capacity roughly every two to three years.

Since the old times, the areal density scaling of data on hard disks gone down from an average of around 40% a year to between 10 and 15% currently.

Futuristic

What’s to come is energizing as there are couple of advances a work in progress that could make hard-drive scaling past the present super paramagnetic limits. These progressions incorporate warmth helped attractive account (HAMR) and microwave-helped attractive chronicle (MAMR), strategies which empower littler grains enabling littler locales of the circle to be charged. The energizing future methodologies add to cost and present vexing designing difficulties. With the planned achievement, be that as it may, the advantages to the makers are probably going to stay restricted.

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