This revolutionary storage technology could make hard drives and tape obsolete



The world may be inching closer to the launch of the first commercially viable solution that can use DNA to store data. 

Catalog, which bills itself as the world’s first DNA-based platform for massive digital data storage, has recently raised $10 million in funding. It has used this to bring onboard the man who led the commercialization of the IBM Deep Blue supercomputer, which earned a place in popular tech folklore after defeating the then-world Champion Garry Kasparov in 1997. 



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