Pixie dust seminar abstract and report

Pixie dust seminar abstract and report
Pixie Dust is a technology, with the help of which you can do impossible things. It is the informal name. Pixie Dust is technical name is anti ferromagnetic ally coupled (AFC) media technology. The data capacities of the hard drives are increased up to four times with the current drives. A super permanent effect, which puts a limit to the use of current hard drives, AFC overcomes it. In a three atom thick magnetic coating which is composed of ruthenium element present between the two layers, Pixie dust is used. Earlier storage was the biggest problem. Use of AFC by IBM helped to overcome the problem.

AFC uses more disk or heads to increase the data density. The sizes of the device became smaller, stored large data and operated at low power. In order to control the price, IBM found out a method to add AFC to its production method. The technology is not publicized in advance by the company which thinks to carry out the process. Anti ferromagnetic ally coupled technology is popularly used by many companies. Like IBM, many other companies like Fujitsu have started to do research on the use of the AFC. They are also after the same path followed by IBM.

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