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Introducing the revolutionary Ceravite 10,000TB Ceramic Storage System |  Ubergizmo Japan

Introducing the revolutionary Ceravite 10,000TB Ceramic Storage System | Ubergizmo Japan

SerabitIt recently released a video introducing its long-awaited Ceramic-based storage system and announcing an innovation in data storage technology. In order to transform data storage over the next few years, the company is replacing traditional hard drives and solid-state drives (SSDs) with palm-sized cartridges made of a special glass-ceramic compound that can store a staggering 10,000 terabytes of data.
This innovative storage system creates a 300 micrometer thick surface over a glass base by stacking layers of special ceramic. This configuration allows data to be written at amazing speeds of gigabits per second, and up to an area density of terabytes per square centimeter. In contrast, traditional hard drives currently achieve a density of only 0.02 TB/cm2.


Theravite has taken a big step forward with its recent demonstration of a fully working prototype system. The setup includes one read/write shelf and multiple library shelves for easy data access, all designed using off-the-shelf equipment.
Each cartridge in the system includes a data carrier consisting of a glass layer similar to Corning Gorilla Glass and a thin layer of dark ceramic as a data storage medium. The cartridges are placed in an automated library, and data is written and read using a complex process involving two million laser beams that create nano-sized patterns on the storage medium.

Each cartridge in the system includes a data carrier consisting of a glass layer similar to Corning Gorilla Glass and a thin, dense ceramic layer as a data storage medium.

More than 5000 years old

The company emphasizes the cost effectiveness, speed and scalability of its ceramic-based storage technology. It is worth noting that the system is energy-efficient and lasts more than 5,000 years due to the durability of the ceramic material. In contrast, traditional hard drives and solid-state drives (SSDs) typically need to be replaced every few years.
Although the current model may not outperform mainstream data storage, Theravite plans to expand the range of ceramic-based storage systems. This technology offers a combination of efficiency, speed and longevity, offering a promising future for data storage that could make traditional storage solutions obsolete by 2030.

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