Parallel access 3-D multilayer optical storage using 2-photon recording

F. B. McCormick, H. Zhang, A. Dvornikov, E. Walker, C. Chapman, N. Kim, J. Costa, Sadik Esener, P. Rentzepis

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Abstract

Two-photon volumetric optical can achieve greater than 100 Gb/in 2 areal densities necessary for new storage technologies to be competitive. The technology offers inexpensive room-temperature media and robust system tolerances due to the large mark sizes enabled by multilayering. The data transfer rate and effective areal density may be scaled to meet application performance and cost requirements simply by scaling the readout parallelism and number of monolithic layers.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)173-182
Number of pages10
JournalUnknown Journal
Volume3802
StatePublished - 1999
Externally publishedYes

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Optical multilayers
Photons
recording
Data transfer rates
Technology
photons
readout
costs
scaling
Costs and Cost Analysis
requirements
Temperature
room temperature
Costs

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  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Condensed Matter Physics

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McCormick, F. B., Zhang, H., Dvornikov, A., Walker, E., Chapman, C., Kim, N., ... Rentzepis, P. (1999). Parallel access 3-D multilayer optical storage using 2-photon recording. Unknown Journal, 3802, 173-182.

Parallel access 3-D multilayer optical storage using 2-photon recording. / McCormick, F. B.; Zhang, H.; Dvornikov, A.; Walker, E.; Chapman, C.; Kim, N.; Costa, J.; Esener, Sadik; Rentzepis, P.

In: Unknown Journal, Vol. 3802, 1999, p. 173-182.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

McCormick, FB, Zhang, H, Dvornikov, A, Walker, E, Chapman, C, Kim, N, Costa, J, Esener, S & Rentzepis, P 1999, 'Parallel access 3-D multilayer optical storage using 2-photon recording', Unknown Journal, vol. 3802, pp. 173-182.
McCormick FB, Zhang H, Dvornikov A, Walker E, Chapman C, Kim N et al. Parallel access 3-D multilayer optical storage using 2-photon recording. Unknown Journal. 1999;3802:173-182.
McCormick, F. B. ; Zhang, H. ; Dvornikov, A. ; Walker, E. ; Chapman, C. ; Kim, N. ; Costa, J. ; Esener, Sadik ; Rentzepis, P. / Parallel access 3-D multilayer optical storage using 2-photon recording. In: Unknown Journal. 1999 ; Vol. 3802. pp. 173-182.
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