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A hardware mechanism for allowing access to one of a group of discs, especially CD-ROMs or other optical media.
jukeboxA storage device for multiple sets of CD-ROMs, DVDs, tape cartridges or disk modules. Using carousels, robot arms and other methods, a jukebox physically moves the storage medium from its assigned location to an optical or magnetic station for reading and writing. Access between modules usually takes several seconds. See digital jukebox.
|Tape Cartridge Jukebox|
|Overland Data's L60 Data Vault integrates a robotic loading system with a stationary magazine that holds 3480/3490 tape cartridges. (Image courtesy of Overland Data Inc.)|