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Synonyms for DVD

a digital recording (as of a movie) on an optical disk that can be played on a computer or a television set

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TEAC Corporation, Toshiba Corporation and Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC), all members of the Recordable DVD Council (RDVDC), are committed to promote the DVD-RAM format and are working together to popularize DVD-RAM related products with the support of the RDVDC.
Our figures indicate that DVD-RAM currently maintains a 55% share of the worldwide DVD Recorder deck market, which encompasses the United States, Japan and Western Europe.
The unique benefits of DVD-RAM over other formats add a new robustness to interacting with media and data via the UNIX/Linux platforms.
The company will also ship a double-sided DVD-RAM disc with a capacity of 5.
The DVD-RAM bridge technology combines ease of use and the random-access performance of a hard drive with more than 100,000 write/rewrite cycles.
LEGACY: There is an installed base of DVD-RAM customers to whom Matsushita's drive will be more appealing than Pioneer's; but it's not a huge base, and there is an even smaller installed base of DVD-R drives whose users may be predisposed to go with Pioneer.
Whether it is in DVD+R, DVD-R or DVD-RAM format, Mad Dog Multimedia's MegaSTOR 18X Triple Format will meet or exceed the demands of ALL users.
It is my hope that by working together to promote DVD-RAM related products, these nine companies will be able to encourage widespread adoption of the DVD-RAM format and compliant products worldwide.
Panasonic Document Imaging Company (a division of Matsushita) was also showing its newest DVD-RAM offering, the easy-to-remember LF-D201U.
The ASACA TeraCart libraries are the world's highest-density, random-access storage solution and can be configured with 1 to 192 DVD-RAM drives and up to 11,600 double-sided 9.
has confirmed the growing use of DVD-RAM technology in business applications with the announcement that Dictaphone Corporation is incorporating the Panasonic 5.
The PX-750 is the first drive from Plextor to support DVD-RAM functionality for removable data storage applications.
With the aim of bringing DVD-RAM into widespread use around the world, the RAM Promotion Group will engage in a broad array of promotional activities that highlight the use of the format in both PC and consumer electronics hardware, media, software and related applications.
And DVD-RAM writers have always been able to read CD-R and CD-RW.