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Nonetheless, if these thick disks were created during a collision--the way Gilmore's team proposes our own galaxy's thick disk arose--then their home galaxies have also been free of major collision for billions of years.
CD-ROM is the medium of the publishing industry for the recording of reference data on disks.
Most snap-shot technologies tend to be reasonably efficient in their use of disk space, storing only changes to stored data rather than whole copies of changed files.
Trying to discern the properties of planets through the patterns they generate within debris disks is an arduous task, says Charles A.
Tabernus' Disk Purge product is Department of Defense (DOD) certified and HIPAA compliant.
Tape performance is improving, but tape's much slower seek times and lower data transfer rates make tape comparably slower versus disk for both backup and restore.
The disks orbiting young stars can only be seen through an infrared telescope, which reveals the heat absorbed by the dust particles.
Memory disks are storage devices designed for the quicker processing speeds of SRAM, DRAM and SDRAM.
Volume: As stated above, fixed-disk solutions must have redundancy to protect the disks from failure.
Astronomers believe that planets assemble from the flattened disk of gas, dust, and ice thought to encircle young stars.
BiTMICRO's E-Disk(R) product line offers all of the advantages of DRAM-based solid state disks but does not suffer from the performance limitations found in competition's line of flash-based solid state disks.
As time passes, very-high-capacity disks are not well suited for applications that have a large number of concurrent applications or users as increased contention for the single actuator results in elongated response times and high queue depth.