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IBM stores one bit of data on a single atom, showing how small storage could become

WHILE MANY IT departments grapple with big data, IBM says it has the smallest data in the world: one bit on one atom.

Researchers at IBM’s Almaden lab in San Jose, California, have written and read a bit of data on a single atom using magnetism, a feat they say is a world first. It could lead to storage that’s

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