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Synonyms for optical disc

a disk coated with plastic that can store digital data as tiny pits etched in the surface

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Optical Disc Archive technology is designed for use in near-line applications, deep archive storage or disaster recovery systems.
Browse Full "Recordable Optical Disc Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2015 - 2025" Report at http://www.
Optical discs have excellent properties to protect themselves against the environment, such as dust-resistance and water-resistance, and can also withstand changes in temperature and humidity when stored.
0 interface for fast and easy connections whilst the ODS-D77F features a high speed fiber channel connection to support the new Optical Disc scalable PetaSite libraries and storage management software providers.
Regarding middleware which connects Dalet Media Life and Optical Disc Archive, Sony will collaborate with leading middleware companies.
These were the first charges filed by the DOJ as part of an ongoing investigation of the optical disc industry.
Three new or improved polycarbonate resins for optical discs were introduced by GE Plastics, Pittsfield, Mass.
3--Color) Service engineer Mike Dixon describes his work using a computer that scans the discs for imperfections at Optical Disc Media.
This new system allows users to reduce labor, reduce data entry errors and increase the amount of data stored on optical disc cartridges.
Since 1988, optical disc manufacturers have relied on DCA's pre-mastering, mastering and verification products.
As one of the developers of the BD standard, Panasonic is leading the way to bring the next-generation optical disc format into widespread practical use.
A "Blue Book" standard was submitted in April by Optical Disc Corp.
With this new product, optical disc system users now have the advantage of selecting between temporary or permanent storage, and the option of re-using storage space for maximum efficiency.
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.
While magnetic tape is still the industry standard, new optical disc recording products offer professionals the benefits of file-based recording and random access capabilities, which result in a streamlined workflow and greater operational efficiencies.