Massive Storage Density Memory
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Fit the contents of the Library of Congress on a device the size of a sugar cube.

AT&T and other telecommunications companies already use sophisticated data-compression technologies to store vast sums of information and will likely push to attain Obama's dream. Internet companies such as Facebook and Myspace, which already hold information on millions of users, say that flash storage is crucial to their futures. That has companies such as EMC, IBM, and HP working to squeeze more memory onto flash drives.


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