rewritable optical disc


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rewritable optical disc

An optical disc that can be re-recorded many times. CD and DVD media are typically used by consumers and small business, while magneto-optic, UDO and WORM media are used in the enterprise. See CD-RW, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM, magneto-optic disk, UDO and WORM.
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The DEC-702 Rewritable Optical Disc is manufactured by Pioneer and has a suggested end user price of $250.
Panasonic Communications & Systems Company has introduced the world's first commercially available multi-function rewritable optical disc drive that uses a newly developed phase-change technology to overwrite data in one pass, the LF-7010.
the emerging leader in data storage semiconductor and high-density optical media technologies, today announced its ML(TM) (MultiLevel recording) technology roadmap for writable and rewritable optical disc drives and media, providing the market with a cost-effective and backward compatible path to extend capacities from 2 GB up to 60 GB per disc side.