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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Kryder's Law has made storage so cheap that the terabyte- and
(92.) See generally Kryder's Law, Encyclopedia, PC MAGAZINE, http://www.pcmag.com/ encyclopedia/term/64169/Kryder-S-Law; see also Chip Walter, Kryder's Law, Scientific American, Aug.
(8.) Chip Walter, "Kryder's Law," Scientific Ameri-can, July 25, 2005.