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Saw this today in Edupage:


HITACHI CLAIMS FIRST TERABYTE HARD DRIVE/DVD RECORDER Hitachi claims to have developed the first hard disk drive and DVD recorder that can store a terabyte of data or record about 128 hours of high-definition digital broadcasts. The company hopes the new line will make the money-losing DVD recorder part of its business into a profit center by next year. The new line also includes models that can store 160, 250, and 500 gigabytes of data. Hitachi claimed the new models are the first to have the capability of recording two high-definition programs simultaneously. They go on sale in Japan in September. Plans for overseas sales are not firm because of weak interest in high-end recorders in European and U.S. markets, explained a company spokesman.

Washington Post, 24 August 2005 (registration req'd) http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...082400194.html
 

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Let's see now, a Terabyte DVR will need at least a Petabyte DVA server.... Well, PB&J sandwiches for lunch for the next century should do it.
 
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