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n in dentistry, a device of various configuration and composition used with a syringe for the application of anesthetic or other materials to a patient.
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Users protect their technology investment simply by choosing the RDX disk cartridge capacities, ranging from 80 GB to 500 GB, which suit their specific applications.
today announced the general availability of Imation Odyssey(TM) removable hard disk cartridges in an expanded 160GB capacity for small- and medium-sized business (SMB) and small office/home office (SOHO) users seeking a more rugged and robust data storage solution.
Based on the quantitative accelerated life test method, Percept Technology Lab's accelerated life testing subjected a large number of recorded RDX disk cartridges based on 2.
ProStor Systems expects to qualify an RDX removable disk cartridge with 500 GB of storage capacity in 2008.
The RDX system uses a rugged, reliable disk cartridge that backs up like a tape drive and features the performance advantages of a disk-to-disk system.
a worldwide leader in removable data storage, today introduced the first 500GB native capacity cartridge to its line of RDX removable disk cartridges.
Unlike other disk-based storage systems, ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM integrates industry leading RDX(R) removable disk cartridges to provide the performance of online storage with the economics of offline storage.
Removable data storage products supplier Imation Corp (NYSE:IMN) announced on Thursday the introduction of a 1TB native capacity cartridge to its line of Imation RDX removable disk cartridges.
Tandberg Data has been very instrumental in helping RDX technology achieve widespread acceptance with well over 100,000 customers who have consumed more than 40 petabytes of RDX removable disk cartridges.
Disk Cartridge based storage systems such as RDX/RD1000.
The new Ecma publication is Standard 380 and is titled "Data Interchange on 130 mm Rewritable and Write Once Read Many Ultra Density Optical (UDO) Disk Cartridges - Capacity: 60 Gbytes per Cartridge - Second Generation.
Designed to be used with next-generation cartridges, ensuring a smart investment for years to come, the Odyssey docking station is at the heart of the Odyssey system, designed to work with the higher-capacity hard disk cartridges of the future.