DSSC Researches Sony and Sharp, Increases Global Reach


September 20, 2002

The Data Storage Systems Center (DSSC) has expanded its global reach to include two Japanese electronics giants, as the center performs research in promising new data storage technologies for disk and tape systems. Both companies, Sony and Sharp, will send industry representatives to the first biannual Data Storage Systems Center open house Oct. 1-2 at Carnegie Mellon. Company officials are interested in Carnegie Mellon research, which promises dramatic increases in data storage capacity, performance and reliability.


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