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hard disk drive,

n the mechanism that controls the positioning, reading, and writing of the hard disk, which provides the largest amount of storage for the computer.
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Alternatively, depending on the application's bandwidth and storage requirements, workstations and servers can access data directly from Anvil without relying on any intermediary hard disk drive storage resources.
The P120 Series of hard disk drives is the optimal storage solution for a variety of digital consumer electronics devices as well as desktop PC Systems.
These materials contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws, including statements about the following: the future demand for hard disk drives, the potential development of future products, projections for future investment in manufacturing capacity, and projections for future demand for consumer products.
The Global Hard Disk Drives Industry 2015 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the hard disk drives market that provides a basic overview of the industry including HDD definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure.
1 As of July 14, 2005, based on a JVC survey, no other consumer camcorder offers a built-in hard disk drive and MPEG-2 recording.
It did not use batteries, but I gave up the ability to use it on airplanes to have a better screen image, larger hard disk drive and room for internal network and sound cards.
Building on that goal, Hitachi also announced today a capacity-record one-TB CinemaStar[TM] hard disk drive specifically tuned for DVR applications.
Like hard disk drives, magnetic tape is inherently rewritable, making data authentication difficult and forestalling acceptance by key regulatory agencies.
5mm high, Toshiba's MK8025GAS hard disk drive provides an ideal solution for mobile computing and consumer electronics.
8-inch solid state drive (SSD) as a drop-in replacement for the standard mechanical hard disk drive.
The company is first to mass-produce computer hard disk drives using a revolutionary new type of magnetic coating that is eventually expected to quadruple the data density of current hard disk drive products -- a level previously thought to be impossible, but crucial to continue feeding the information-hungry Internet economy.
Many people don't realize that the founding fathers of the Winchester disk drive at IBM Corporation originally mandated that the computer's primary storage device, the magnetic hard disk drive, was to be removable.