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CD-RW

Compact disk-read-write Informatics A rewritable compact disk, capable of holding ± 750 MB of data; CD-RW is an active storage medium, allowing repeated data additions. Cf CD-ROM.
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The RCD-1000 is a recordable CD storage system with 2x read and write capabilities which includes both mastering software and the industry's first backup utility.
Pinnacle Micro's Recordable CD system received the "1994 Recommend Award" for the best CD-R system for low-volume archiving, featured in the June 1994 issue of MacUser.
Pinnacle broke the price barrier for recordable CD technology in the first quarter of 1993 when we announced the RCD-202 system for $3,995," said Scott Blum, executive vice president.
The market for recordable CD and DVD media is being driven by the growing demand for DVD burners that write to both CD and DVD media.
CD-R, or recordable CD, is an ideal complement to CD-ROM," says Stevens.
TOKYO -- Verbatim/Mitsubishi Kagaku Media (MKM), world-leading optical media developer and marketer, announced today that Santa Clara Consulting Group (SCCG), an independent research firm, has identified Verbatim/MKM as the leading supplier of recordable CD and DVD media worldwide.
Pioneer applied recording and playback tests to this disc using an optical pick-up which is commonly built in with the recordable CD players.
Rimage Corporation (Nasdaq:RIMG), the world's leading provider of recordable CD and DVD publishing systems, today announced that it will launch an important new addition to its Desktop product line, the Rimage 360i CD/DVD publishing system, at the CeBIT trade show in Hannover, Germany beginning on March 10, 2005.
Rimage Corporation is the world's leading provider of recordable CD and DVD publishing systems, which are used by businesses to produce discs with customized digital content on an on-demand basis.
A recent survey by InfoStor magazine revealed that 73 percent of those using recordable CD as a backup medium are evaluating upgrading to recordable DVD with its 4.
set in 1999 covering mainly blank audio cassettes and recordable CDs.