magnetic bubble memory

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a nonvolatile storage device that holds information in the form of bubbles on a thin film of magnetic silicate

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Bubble memory maintained program storage, was expensive and slow to access, and generated considerable heat.
The acquired data are backed up to the bubble memory every five minutes, so if power goes out, only the last five minutes of data are lost.
Improved understanding of magnetic domains in materials has led to the development of bubble memories (see Carol Weisenstein's "Bubble Memory A Unique Memory Solution for the Military" in the June 1986 JED).
The understanding and use of the properties of magnetic domains in materials has led to the development of bubble memories (see Carol Weisenstein's "Bubble Memory -- A Unique Memory Solution for the Military" in the June 1986 JED).
It has a 6000-point bubble memory, and a 2700-point auxiliary bubble cassette.