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1 STORAGE CORP. Michael E. Thomas CEO / Chairman Pocomoke City, Md. 1

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3 1.2 Petabyte Holographic / Spintronic Data Storage

4 4Courtesy Yole Developpement Dr. Eric Mounier 2002

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6 6 University of Osnabruk Germany 2002

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8 THIS SCHEMATICS SHOWS THE PRINCIPLE OF FERROELECTRIC RAM. AN ION IN THE LATTICE IS PERMANENTLY POLARIZED IN EITHER THE 0 OR 1 POSITION FOR BINARY MEMORY. RAMTRON CORP. SCHEMATIC LEVEL DIAGRAM OF ULTRAVIOLET PHOTO REFRACTION EFFECTS IN MULTIFERROIC MOLECULE. 8

9 9 GABOR DIFFRACTION EFFICIENCY OF A HOLOGRAPHIC GRATING IN A CRYSTAL OF LINBO3 DOPED WITH FE AND MN WAS MEASURED DURING RECORDING AND READOUT. ULTRAVIOLET ONLY IS A THOMAS CONCEPTUALIZED EXPECTATION NEEDING PROOF OF CONCEPT VERIFICATION.

10 10 University of Osnabruk Germany 2002

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12 UV Atomic Holographic Optical Storage Nanotechnology 400nm – 1 nm Blu-Ray Phase Change Disk Drives 405 nm Present Day Magnetic Hard Drives 1 mm to The Electro Magnetic Spectrum InPhase Aprilis Maxoptic Drives nm

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15 14 Courtesy of Phonon Device Lab. (Cho Lab.) R.I.E.C. of TOHOKU UNIVERSITY

16 15 Courtesy of Phonon Device Lab. (Cho Lab.) R.I.E.C. of TOHOKU UNIVERSITY

17 17 * New Patented photonic nanostorage media – Spintronic and Atomic Holographic Optical * New Patented nanointegrated semiconductor FE Read/Write Head * New Patented nanotechnology writing using UV/Blue Laser Diode and Electric Field Transducer * New Patented nanorecording technology reading using UV/Blue Diode or transistor or a CMOS FET * Same Infinite Read/Write operations to Disk/Tape/Card Drives * Almost Infinite Storage Life span of 100 years for the Media * Non Contact Recording * 3D Volume Atomic Holographic Storage having both positive and negative index of refraction. * Extremely Low Write and Read Currents * Extremely Fast Switch Subnanosecond State Change * 400,000 times faster Read and Write Data Transfer Rates using visual data * Extended Temperature Range * No Electrostatic Discharge Damage to Molecular Data Storage * No Altitude Requirements * Very Smooth Surface Morphology * Dense Packed Crystallis - < 50 Angstrom in Diameter over 40,000 Tbits/cu.cm. density * Same Non Destructive Read Out as Magnetic Media * Patented image data transfer capable of Bit for Bit erase / write / read holographic data storage * UV/Deep Blue NLO Ferroelectric Bandgap Material for reliability * Same Coating/Sputtering/MOCVD Processing for Making Magnetic Media * 8 cents per Gigabyte versus Hard Drives cost of $ 1.00 Gigabyte * 1 FeDisk = 20,000 DVD's or 4,000 Blu-Ray disks * Initial cost per gigabyte will equal or be greater than hard drives so Colossal can recapture R&D expenses * A 3.5 in. 10 Terabyte Fedisk will store 6,840 raw uncompressed TV Hours * No Power Requirements for Media - Non Volatile Media * Much higher sales margins for media, heads, and drive than magnetic/optical * Proprietary Holographic nanoTechnology and Techniques for disk, card, drum, and film a Worlds First * 2 Patents Granted PERIPHERAL STORAGE IMPROVEMENTS

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19 3D HOLOGRAPHIC / SPINTRONIC OPTICAL MEMORY VS LUCENT INPHASE HOLOGRAPHIC DRIVE 3 D Volume Atomic Drive3 D Volume Holographic Drive DRIVE COST $ 750 when in production$ 15,000 when in production DISK COST $ 45 – 90 mm 100 Terabytes$ mm 300 Gigabytes DISK CAPACITY COMPARISON 1 FeDisk50 InPhase disks = 1 FeDisk MEDIA TYPE Multiferroic PerovskitePlastic Ferroelectric Polymer (LiNbO3) RECORDING TYPE UV Photon QV Field PolingRed/Green Laser Spectral Hole Burning BIT DENSITIES/ sq. in. 400 Terabits and higher32 Gbits BIT PER CUBIC CENTIMETER > 40,000 Tbits/cu.cm. 32 Gbits/sq.cm. COATING PROCESS MOCVD/RF magnetron COST PER BYTE $ Gigabyte$.50 Gigabyte SALES MARGIN PER Gigabyte $ Gigabyte $ 0.03 Gigabyte GIGABYTE PARTICLE SIZE 5 nanometers 100 nanometers DATA TRANSFER RATE 10 Tera bit/sec and up 235 Mbits/sec write, 117 Mbits/sec read TEMPERATURE RANGE media to 350 f 165 f OF MEDIA HEAD TYPE Semiconductor laser SLM CMOS camera assembly MOS fet floating gate 100 mw green laser Optical transistor 52 mw blue laser RECORDING PHYSICS electrostatic NLO crystalplastic photopolymer BIT STORAGE PHYSICS 3D volume holographic 3D volume holographic Atomic / Molecular SwitchPhoto Ionization in Plastic COATING THICKNESS 10 to 100 mm 3 mm RANDOM WRITE/READ PATTERN Bit/Byte/WordSLM Page Silk-screened DIGITAL DATA PAGE 150,0003,000 SHRINKAGE 0.0 %.3 to.1 % due to plastic encapsulated READING METHOD Vertical InterferenceMultiplexed Layered Interference LASER TECHNOLOGY Solid StateSolid State WRITE FAILURE PERFORMANCE NoneData Overlap Problems MAXIMUM LAYER DENSITY > 1000 molecule layers9 layers MECHANICAL WRITE COMPONENT NoneMany Mechanical Shutters RANDOM READ SEEK TIMES 6 to 13 msSlow, no numbers published LENSES AND FILTERS 1 lens > 24 lenses/filters and 17 um mirrors TRACK ALIGNMENT Closed Loop Optical ServoServo marks and mechanical alignment SYMETRICAL WRITE / READ YESNO MARKET FOCUS Magnetic Drive MarketCD/DVD/Blu-Ray/HD-DVD PATENT INFRINGEMENT NONEYES, very likely with Colossal in near future. POSSIBLE

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