Beth Erez

An Israeli software company called Mempile has devised a CD-sized disc, a consumer storage product that it believes will one day be able to store a terabyte (1000 gigabytes) of information. The product, known by the brand name TeraDisc, will be capable of hosting up to 250 hours of programming. When the product is released in 12 to 18 months, it will have 500GB of storage space -- about ten times what is held by a Blu-ray disc -- and Mempile expects to expand to a full terabyte about a year later, Beth Erez, Mempile’s vice president and chief marketing officer, said in

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