jukebox


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jukebox

A system for archiving data in which older information is stored on DVDs and accessed by mechanically loading the disks and playing them, much the way conventional coin-operated jukebox played 45-rpm records in mid-20th century.
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A jukebox gives you access to those back issues, and users will wait through the latency because they're getting what they couldn't get cost-effectively otherwise.
By including the Jukebox Server in the DICOM Appliance, high-volume imaging environments can benefit from a fully integrated storage solution featuring a dual-commit optical archive.
0 allows you to store the complete CD/DVD contents on hard disk and then to export the cached media from the jukebox.
Jukebox manufacturers have to be very careful to maintain a constant cost per disk stored ratio, as the increased size means not only a larger enclosure but also a large travel distance for the robotics involved.