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New standards may bring run-flat tech to hard drives in Microsoft Azure and data centers

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New standards may bring run-flat tech to hard drives in Microsoft Azure and data centers

If car tires can keep going when they're damaged, then why not hard disks? Industry standards committees are working on this concept. Microsoft and others are starting to plan for its implementation.

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