Interested in this paragraph:
"It used to be, not that many generations ago, that you could write 10,000 times before needing to refresh sectors on either side," Western Digital engineering fellow David Hall explained in an interview for the company blog. "And then as we pushed the tracks closer and closer together, it went to 100, then 50, then 10, and now for some sectors, it's as low as six."
Are they talking about non-shingled drives?
So if I have a Toshiba 14 TB drive, it needs sectors refreshed sooner or later?