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Dr. Edward Grochowski-Bio

Dr. Edward Grochowski is a well known speaker addressing memory and storage technologies. His charts and diagrams are often used world wide by members of the storage industry. His HDD areal density trend chart is an ongoing standard, analogous to  Moore’s Law chart for the semiconductor industry.

Dr. Grochowski was a long term employee of IBM, starting his career with IBM’s microelectronic silicon activity at the East Fishkill Facility in New York and later Joined the IBM Almaden Research Center In San Jose, California. His interests include HDD, Flash and NVM evolutionary trends and he has authored many technical articles on the subject. These include a series of evolutionary charts which have become industry standards and are considered roadmaps for  progress in magnetic storage. Dr. Grochowski holds twelve patents and has made numerous presentations  world wide, on magnetic disk drives and alternative storage tecnologies as flash memories, STTRAM, RRAM,  carbon nanotube and phase change products. He is a member of the IEEE. As an expert witness, his depositions are regarded as precise, technically rigorous and extremely valuable. After IBM, Dr. Grochowski has consulted for:

  • Hitachi Global Storage Technologies

  • International Data Corporation

  • Coughlin Associates (coauthoring a 200 page HDD and NVM documents published yearly)

  • TrendFocus

  • International Disk Drive and Materials Association

  • Multiple attorneys as an expert witness

Flash areal density perspective

List of Available charts, diagrams

  1. Evolution of HDD 1956-2015

  2. 60 Years of HDD technology

  3. Areal Density Progress

  4. HDD Shingle write technology

  5. TGMR

  6. Shrinking Bit Cell

  7. Magnetic technology trilemma

  8. Retail Price of Storage

  9. DRAM, Flash HDD Lithography

  10. HAMR

  11. STTRAM + selector

  12. RRAM +selector

  13. Flash scaling/reliability

  14. Carbon nanotube technology

  15. Spin momentum transfer

  16. Flash 3D technology

  17. Phase change process

  18. RRAM process

  19. RRAM density

  20. STT RAM current distribution

  21. Spin logic



 
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