Diamonds Will Soon Be A Hard Drive’s Best Friend
It seems that not a week passes by without another incredible breakthrough in the ever-advancing world of technology. Engineers at John Hopkins University have recently discovered that using diamonds to change the properties of a certain aspect of phase-change memory could eventually lead to higher-capacity storage systems for computers, which retain information at a faster rate and last for much longer. The study’s lead author, Ming Xu, a doctoral student at the University, said that the memory is more stable than that which is currently used in popular flash drives. "It works 100 times faster and is rewritable about 100,000 times," he stated. He believes that the method could be used to replace hard drives in computers and could potentially be on the market within five years, meaning that diamonds won’t just be a girl’s best friend, but also the best friend of computer users the world over.
However, five years is a very long time in the world of computer memory. Those with memory needs will not be willing to wait that long to update when Data Memory Systems, one of the US’ foremost providers of Apple and PC memory, is able to provide high-quality memory solutions at low prices. With customers from both domestic and commercial backgrounds all over the world, their huge selection of upgrades can satisfy even the most demanding user’s needs until Ming Xu’s diamond method becomes the inevitable jewel in the crown of computer memory.
Carrying many popular brands including Dell memory, HP memory and Compaq memory, Data Memory Systems can upgrade almost any device; desktop computers, digital cameras and everything in between. Many of their products come with lifetime guarantees to ensure only the best value and the highest quality memory.
Apple users from all corners of the globe have discovered the benefits of purchasing from Data Memory Systems; their extensive range of Apple memory, for Macbooks in particular, ensures that almost all models are catered for, with 1GB, 2GB and 4GB upgrades available. Prices start at just $12.50 for a 1GB upgrade, though it is recommended that those who purchase these memory upgrades for Macbooks should upgrade both sockets of the innovative dual-channel memory system with equal amounts of RAM.
Flash drives, memory cards, USB drives and external hard drives are all available from Data Memory Systems, a one-stop shop for all Apple and PC memory solutions. The most basic DDR PC2100 Memory starts at just $11.00, with 4GB kits priced at just $27.00. Upgrading existing computers whilst waiting for these diamond-enhanced hard drives to hit the market is a simple and budget-friendly process, with all products renowned for their high-quality.
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About Data Memory Systems: The Data Memory Systems’ team wants to provide the best possible quality PC memory and Apple memory at the lowest prices. They offer great service and value for your money. Whether you have a Dell, HP, Sony, IBM or Apple Mac system, they have the compatible memory for your device.