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September 01, 2004
Colossal Storage Corporation
seems to be on the bleeding edge of removable storage media. 10 petabytes on a 3.5" removable disk by 2009.
(warning: bad site design)
17 years ago
I'm sure I'm not the only one who thought, "The Really Big Corporation of America" here.
Whatever. Optical Storage is like Cheap LCD's. Every few months there's an announcement by a company or researcher who's had a breakthrough "guaranteed" to revolutionize the market in a couple years...as soon as the process is perfected. Nothing ever happens. When there's a product actually shipping to Best Buy, then bother paying attention. (Unless it's IBM making the announcement. IBM doesn't BS when it comes to storage tech.)
Nal, you aren't just bitter because you didn't get your flying car yet, are you? I mean there's no room for cynicism when you've got an company pushing imaginary products using such high-impact buzzwords as "nano technology", "petabytes", "ultraviolet", "Top Universities", "3D", "atomic", or "Scientist". I think after further examination of the animated GIFs on the CSC home page you'll be re-examining your pessimism. I want to believe.