Issue No. 06 - November/December (1970 vol. 3)
R.H. Fuller , Sperry Rand Research Center
A modern data storage system is designed in three independent phases. The first design, that of the memory element and subsystem, has the objectives of providing functionally simple storage units of high capacity and operating speed at low cost. This discipline embraces the design of core, film, semiconductor and optical static memories as well as a variety of moving media memories.
R. Fuller, "Memory Trends in the 70's," in Computer, vol. 3, no. , pp. 5-6, 1970.