IBM has developed hard disk drive technology that trebles current maximum capacity. The new drive stores 5Gbits per square inch of disk space, but is unlikely to ship to consumers for several years.
Currently, the most advanced drives on the market store about 1.5Gbits per square inch. IBM's Travelstar VP achieved this density when it was launched early last year, but this range, for portable PCs, shipped seven years after the technology was first devised.
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