Tuesday, July 13, 2004

Money for Memory

Here's a press release that links to a white paper that previews a report on nanomemory and nanostorage that I wrote for NanoMarkets. Here's an excerpt from the release:

    "According to NanoMarkets, nanotechnology may soon have the solution to the burgeoning need for data storage. Today, the lowest hanging fruit for nanotechnology is materials. But as nanotubes become commoditized, the "next-hanging fruits" will be found in the memory sector. Here, at last, is where nanotechnology can move beyond mere technological curiosity and begin the true nature of its calling as a technological enabler, disruptor and . . . moneymaker."

See? I can be all about nanobusiness when I want to.