Capacity Advantage of Array-Reader-Based Magnetic Recording (ARMR) for Next Generation Hard Disk Drives

@article{Mathew2014CapacityAO,
  title={Capacity Advantage of Array-Reader-Based Magnetic Recording (ARMR) for Next Generation Hard Disk Drives},
  author={George Mathew and Euiseok Hwang and Jongseung Park and Glen Garfunkel and David L Hu},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Magnetics},
  year={2014},
  volume={50},
  pages={155-161}
}
This paper proposes an array-reader-based magnetic recording (ARMR) approach for enhancing recording capacity in hard disk drives (HDDs). The HDD industry is now at crossroads to choose a technology that will support continued increase in recording density, and the top contenders are bit patterned media recording (BPMR) and heat-assisted magnetic recording (HAMR) for near-term and 2-D magnetic recording for long-term. Deployment of BPMR and HAMR has been delayed due to the challenges in media… CONTINUE READING

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