fixed medium

fixed medium

[′fikst ′mē·dē·əm]
(computer science)
A data storage device in which the reading and writing of data do not involve mechanical motion.
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If a taxpayer provides software online and the same taxpayer on a regular and ongoing basis in its business produces and provides via fixed medium or download software that has only minor or immaterial differences from the online software, then the provision of software online will give rise to DPGR.
On a fixed medium, such as a CD-ROM or an online magazine, the reader understands that the universe is curved.