12 is the New 1,000,000

Tales From The IBM Playground

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What if you could store every movie ever produced, on your cell phone? IBM Researchers created a playful film to show how their patented Scanning Tunneling Microscope makes this kind of mind-blowing storage possible. The team is trying to solve the Big Data dilemma by moving atoms so that a single binary digit can be stored in a mere twelve atoms—999,988 less than the current technology.

See the world’s smallest stop-motion film

How did IBM researchers move all those atoms to make the world’s smallest movie? This short behind-the-scenes documentary takes you inside the lab. Meet the scientists, see how they made a movie with atoms, and find out more about their research in the field of atomic memory and data storage.

Learn more about atomic memory, data storage and big data at http://www.ibm.com/madewithatoms


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