NanoEngraving to Last 10,000 Years
NanoRosetta can archive over 81,000 pages of eye readable text or pictures on a six inch nickel disc 10,000 times faster than current focused ion beam technology for a duration of over 10,000 years.
This is a permanent, high density and fast replacement for aging technologies like microfilm which will typically last several hundred years. No longer will there be a need to migrate media once the archives have NanoRosetta’d.
The entire Wikipedia Encyclopedia can be captured on nickel in less than a month. Unlike high density microfilm, eye readable images are recorded on a nickel disc, readable with a microscope and indexed through a mapped matrix.
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