optical disk storage

optical disk storage

[′äp·tə·kəl ¦disk ′stȯr·ij]
(computer science)
A computer storage technology in which information is stored in submicrometer-sized holes on a rotating disk, and is recorded and read by laser beams focused on the disk. Also known as laser disk storage; video disk storage.
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Compared to magneto optical disk storage, SAIT is a performance breakthrough.
Optical disk storage is excellent, though, for archival storage of items that are not expected to change, such as last year's accounting data, clip art, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and journals.
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Reflection Systems' RF-7010 multifunctional drive combines the high capacity of optical disk storage systems (up to 1 GB) with a choice of the security of write-once media or the convenience of erasable media.
Depending on the auditor's application, optical disk storage may offer certain advantages over microfilm or microfiche.
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Heflich installed a five-station networked system that uses a common write-once/read-many optical disk storage system.
The RF-5010X provides a total optical disk storage solution that is compatible with a wide variety of operating systems.
Sony will actively promote the 5.25-inch UDO format as the optical disk storage system that offers a high capacity storage solution for data servers.
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