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Feb 1, 2010

Seminar on Pixie Dust

Pixie Dust is not a dust as its name indicate but it is a latest technology at which IBM is working on. And by this technology which is also know as Anti-Ferromagnetically-Coupled (AFC) media technology we can increase the capacity of the hard disk upto 4 times the normal. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such seminar topics.

Seminar on Pixie Dust

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AFC cover the limits of current HDD caused by a phenomenon called the super-paramagnet effect (basically, alterations in magnetic orientation). The "pixie dust" used is a 3-atom thick magnetic coating composed of the element ruthenium sandwiched between two magnetic layers. The technology is expected to yield 400 GB (gigabyte) hard drives for desktop computers, and 200 GB hard drives for laptops by the middle of 2003.



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