Catalog Technologies

San Francisco (CA)

Catalog DNA is encoding the world's digital information into DNA fitting entire data centers into the palm of your hand.

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Catalog Hauls in $9M to Make DNA-Based Data Storage Commercially Viable

From Xconomy: Catalog Hauls in $9M to Make DNA-Based Data Storage Commercially Viable The practice of encoding data in DNA molecules could be inching closer to graduating from research labs to finding practical commercial use. In the coming years, the explosion of data being generated by computing devices could outstrip the supply of hard drives needed to store it, some indust...

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The DNA data storage machine that’s the size of a school bus

From MIT Technology Review: The DNA data storage machine that’s the size of a school bus   by Antonio Regalado In a world awash with data, DNA is a hugely compact way to store it. The data on every iPhone, PC, and server rack on the planet could fit in a Jacuzzi’s worth of genetic letters, for example. It’s also incredibly durable: DNA can last for thousands of years so...

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