erasable storage

erasable storage

[i¦rās·ə·bəl ′stȯr·ij]
(computer science)
Any storage medium which permits new data to be written in place of the old, such as magnetic disk or tape, but not punched card or punched tape.
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The Plasmon 703-based jukeboxes incorporate high-performance, high-capacity phase-change multi-function drives that allow you to specify the use of true WORM or direct-overwrite erasable storage.