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high-density disk

[¦hī ¦den·səd·ē ′disk]
(computer science)
A diskette that holds two or more times as much data per unit area as a double-density disk of the same size.
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The recommended system for Type Twister is a Macintosh with 4 MB of RAM and a high-density disk drive, and System 6.
With the advent of high-speed PCI-busses, high-density disk drives and emerging user-friendly authoring tools, the PC has now evolved into the ideal platform for digital video," said Rick Rasmussen, vice president and general manager of the JPEG Business Unit at C-Cube Microsystems.
Windows 95 System Requirements: An Intel486 processor, 12 MB of RAM (8 MB available to PageMaker), Microsoft Windows 95, 24 MB of free hard drive space for installation, a VGA display card, high-density disk drive, and a mouse or other pointing device.
NYSE: QTM) today introduced the StorNext QXS-5600, a high-capacity, high-density disk array that provides extremely cost-effective storage for customers managing an increasing number of large files containing high-resolution video, images or other rich content.
It can move more than 60 GB per second using the latest high-speed, high-density disk technologies.
In considering a new system, in addition to existing operations, Kamioka Observatory took into consideration such factors as the need to be able to transfer the system without interrupting the observations currently being run, transfer of data currently stored in a magnetic tape library to a high-density disk storage system, sufficient CPU performance, high-speed networking, high-speed high-density data storage, and whether 24-hour quick-response support could be provided.
BladeStore leverages ATA disk technology for data storage and the eight-terabyte capacity B150 disk array is used as a high-density disk array alternative to DVD.

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