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[filmscanners] Re: keeping the 16bit scans; now=HD longevity OT

I think by the time they are speaking about 100,000 rpm drives, they
will be onto a fully different storage method, using some type of static
RAM or whatever.  Either that or you will be heating your home with your
computer ;-)


owenpevans wrote:

> Hi Art,
> Thankyou for the information. It was most educational. In fact this type of
> drive has been around for several years and abandoned by my industry for
> it's ineptitude at the plus 100,000 rpm speeds which we require. It's
> interesting that this has found a new application.
> In what I read, they are trying to get these to go 14,400 rpm and when they
> achieve this they'll desire to go to double that. Thereafter, it'll be
> interesting to see what technology is employed for higher speeds? Maybe
> there's a secondary market for my company's technology?
> I'll wait & see. Once again thankyou for the enlightenment.
> Owen P. Evans
> J.33.3

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