double-sided disk


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double-sided disk

[¦dəb·əl ¦sīd·əd ′disk]
(computer science)
A diskette that can be written on both of its sides.
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Its precision patterning fidelity, fully automated double-sided disk patterning capability and high throughput of 180 disks per hour all contribute to significant advantages in performance and cost of ownership (CoO) over alternative technologies.
After encoding, users can automatically store the compressed and edited video to a broad range of library solutions including Write-Once DVD-R and ReWritable DVD-RAM for optimum digital recording and playback of up to two hours of video per double-sided disk.

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