Call/Recall Inc. is privately funded and was founded in 1987
providing advanced research into optical storage technologies and ultra-high
storage solutions for military and commercial customers. Call/Recall develops
affordable, innovative, high-performance, terabyte-class optical storage systems
that address the needs of a broad range of applications across consumer,
entertainment, industrial, enterprise, and government market segments. The
company's patented, versatile 2-photon 3D optical technology is based on optical
storage technology invented by company co-founder, Dr. Peter Rentzepis, a
world-renowned optical scientist whose work is at the core of many of the
world's most advanced optical technologies in use by global technology leaders
including IBM, Sony, Panasonic and Hitachi. For more information, visit
www.call-recall.com or call (858) 550-0596.
- editor's note:- in June 2007 Call Recall said it is
licensing its patented optical storage technology. This currently enables a
recordable a 1TB disk and has a product roadmap capable of storing multiple
terabytes of information per disk.
I was so impressed I ran it on our
news page with
the headline "New Company Aims Death Ray at Blu-ray Archiving"
stories on STORAGEsearch.com
profile from featured press release June 27,
|Do you remember the movie
Back to the Future?|
If you could go back in time (not to the 1950s but
to the 1970s, 1980s. 1990s and early 2000s) and take with you (not the idea
of skateboarding) but instead a truckload of modern memory chips and SSDs
(along with compatible adapters) what impact would that have?
analysis leads onto the consideration of "back from the future"
memory ideas and what their viability could be today.
|are we ready for
infinitely faster RAM?
|Hard disk drives on