Head Disk Assembly


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Head Disk Assembly

(hardware, storage)
(HDA) A sealed, high capacity mainframe hard disk with integral heads, as opposed to a removable disk.
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DiamondMax drives incorporate Formula4(TM), Maxtor's new high-reliability four-disk head disk assembly (HDA) introduced with the CrystalMax(TM) value line last month.
Other features shared by DiamondMax 4320 and its predecessors are a digital signal processor (DSP)-based electronics architecture, partial response maximum likelihood (PRML) read channel technology, and Maxtor's exclusive Formula4(TM) four-disk head disk assembly (HDA).
feature Maxtor's Formula4 head disk assembly and a digital signal