Special to p2pnet:- Years ago I set out on a path to reinvent data storage in a new light ready to exceed the capacity, speed, bandwidth, cost, and having one media specification to handle this.
In 1998 I patented the world’s first and only concept for using ferroelectrics for 2D and 3D infinite rewritable data storage. As a 25 plus year pioneer in the creation on many current market peripheral storage devices, I knew the demand for data storage is a never-ending necessity for the information age.
I figured I’d carve out a niche for me and my stock holders leaving the good ole boy data storage OEM’s to their own antiquated markets. I’d be Columbus setting out for the new world in a storage nanotechnology of my own creation beholding to none.
It looks like the data storage industry seven years after the launch of my company and its nanotechnology are at my heels again. For nearly 30 years I have invented and created their technology many times, seeing my creations patented by others with the quick swipe of the eraser in the appropriate spot.
This time I’ll need to fight if necessary to protect my ideas and my stock holders who have faithfully invested their time and money in the belief of my roadmap.
What’s really funny to me is the phase change data storage companies didn’t even know the media they were using was ferroelectrics and they used the wrong physics for its use.
Most all Phase Change media uses ferroelectric Ge2Sb2Te5 material. The DVD/CD/MO/Blu-Ray Phase Change only knew if they heated it up and cooled it down something happened to the surface of the material.
Below are two links by way of evidence that in 2005, the data phase companies didn’t know they were using ferroelectric media. I wouldn’t rely on their media as a secure source.
Colossal Storage will be the only drive in the world that will read any phase change disk with the capability of overwriting or infinitely rewriting data to any phase change disk by changing the internal molecular structure of the polarized atom dipole geometry without heat and cooling.
I expect the Phase Change companies who are actively licensing and charging royalties for their Blu-Ray and Phase change technology to acquire a license from Colossal Storage in the next five years for our nanotechnology.
We have control of who uses the UV spectrum of the electro magnetic range, the upper most range for safe non lethal data storage.
Since I read hundreds of publications, news articles, and have numerous sources of gossip and industry skull duggery. I’d like to say for the companies working in the Blue / Red / Yellow / Green EM spectrum that I’ve always obeyed the rules of Respect and Responsibility and expect others in the storage industry to do the same.
- Blu-Ray Phase Change Drives :
- Hitachi, JVC, LG, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Philips, Pioneer, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Zenith.
- Blu-Ray Phase Change Media :
- Fujifilm, JVC, Maxell, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, TDK, 3M.
- HD-DVD : Toshiba and NEC
- MO Phase Change Drives :
- Maxstor, Seagate.
- Holographic Drives :
- InPhase, Aprilis, Plasmon, Optware.
Michael Thomas – Colossal Storage Corporation
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