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diskette

[di′sket]
(computer science)

diskette

diskette

The official name of the floppy disk. See floppy disk.
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Our customers can be confident that Imation will continue to manufacture diskette products that meet the needs of our mainstream consumers and office channel markets.
The IBM guide does summarize the power-on self test, and it provides error examples, a printer problem chart, and an excellent explanation of the diagnostic diskette that accompanies the guide.
David Fernandez, Kao Infosystems Company brand product manager said, "The Kao manufactured, IBM formatted diskettes are truly 'one-of-a-kind' and are offered in three strikingly designed, marbelized colors including red, green, and blue.
The software also comes with an Emergency Boot Diskette for the recovery of data from systems that cannot boot to Windows.
Kao Infosystems to manufacture CD-ROMs at Ontario, Canada diskette plant
The announcement reflects increasing market demand for the Winstation SuperDisk drive, an advanced removable storage technology that offers compatibility with 240-Mbyte and 120-Mbyte SuperDisk diskettes while being compatible with standard 1.
Currently they have the capacity to produce over 80 million diskettes per year -- all with 100% quality assurance.
At 300 diskettes per hour, the Series 8000ST duplicates and verifies a diskette every 12 seconds from a single spindle," states Michael Rosengarten, Trace Vice President and Software Manufacturing Systems General Manager.
The package includes PC and Mac OS drivers, Dantz Retrospect Back-up Express (for PCs and Macs), and the SuperWriter 32 utility for formatting standard floppy diskettes to a full 32MB capacity.
Scheduled for shipment in late September, the Series 8000ST features unprecedented single spindle duplication throughput of 300 diskettes per how and cross verification speed of 450 diskettes per hour.
44 mb diskettes while incorporating the SCSI interface for use in a multitude of industry applications that require the advanced technology.