Wyss Institute researchers have broken all previous records for DNA storage, encoding 700 terabytes of data into a gram of DNA. Why DNA storage? It's incredibly dense and resilient, but it's not fast (at least not yet), which would make it most useful for archival storage.
We've known DNA could be a viable solution for data storage for a while now, but Harvard researchers have just discovered how wildly efficient it could really be by fitting 5.5 petabits, or 700 terabytes, of data into just one gram ... Read Post
Cloud encoding vendor Encoding.com launched Vid.ly a couple of years ago to provide video creators with a way to publish a single universal video URL and then have that content accessible on any device. Now it's providing a way to m... Read Post