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data cartridge

[′dad·ə ‚kar·trij]
(computer science)
A tape cartridge used for nonvolatile and removable data storage in small digital systems.

data cartridge

(1) A cartridge used to hold computer data. See cartridge.

(2) (Data Cartridge) A 5.25" QIC-style magnetic tape technology that originally used the DC-6000 model designation. Tandberg Data (www.tandberg.com) enhanced the technology with its SLR line for use in medium to high-end server markets with native capacities up to 70GB. See QIC and magnetic tape.


The 5.25" Data Cartridge
Tandberg Data enhanced the QIC Data Cartridge with its SLR line that have native capacities up to 70GB.
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