Kryder's law

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Kryder's law

"The density of hard drives increases by a factor of 1,000 every 10.5 years (doubling every 13 months)," coined by Mark Kryder, a distinguished scientist in electrical engineering and physics. See laws.
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A similar 'law' to Moore's Law is 'Kryder's Law', named in honour of Mark Kryder who successfully noticed that the storage capacity of hard drives has been doubling every two years.
The most sophisticated magnetic recording devices have since gone from storing 2,000 bits of information per square inch to 60 gigabits per square inch, says Mark Kryder of Scotts Valley, Caif.
Mark Kryder, senior vice president at Seagate Research, longitudinal recording still has time left before reaching the superparamagnetic limit.