Iomega aiming for 800GB DVDs

Storage company Iomega is looking to increase the capacity of DVDs up to 100 times, meaning it could, conceivably, create 800GB discs.

Well, have another wild card in the mix. Sounds like this is an evolution of red laser using new media. Although I take exception to this:The move would allow companies to significantly increase DVD capacity without having to transition to next-generation formats. Just what the blue blazes would you call this if not a next-generation format? Dipshits. If you’re going to move to media using multilevel nano-structures to store data, red laser or not, that sounds like a whole new system to me.

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