No, not the herbivorous invertebrates with a segmented body and many legs…
Terabit memory in tiny (really tiny) space, seems like the answer to storing multi megabyte Building Information Models.
IBM lets Millipede storage out for a stroll | Tech News on ZDNet
IBM tantalised chip aficionados at CeBit here last week with Millipede; a storage device that it says can achieve data densities of more than 1 terabit per square inch….
"A single Millipede can hold 600,000 digital camera images on something the size of a postage stamp, which is quite exciting," said an IBM spokesman”