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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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90-mm) flexible disk cartridges to be used for information interchange among information processing systems, communication systems, and associated equipment utilizing a standard code for information interchange as agreed upon by the interchange parties.
RDX disk cartridges have been proven to have a data retention life of at least 30 years and are the best choice for long-term preservation of digital data.
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 new 300 GB RDX removable disk cartridge is expected to be available in the fourth quarter of 2007 from all licensed RDX manufacturers and from leading OEMs under their respective brands.
5-inch optical disk cartridges are expected to retail for around $120.
For customers purchasing an additional 10-slot Removable Disk Unit (RDU), ProStor will fill it up by providing the end customer with 10 (ten) - 500GB RDX removable disk cartridges.
Price reductions on the 1080p Player, 1080p Mini Player and Disk Cartridges for the 1U, 3U and 5U Servers are effective March 16, 2009, and their new MSRPs in the United States are $2,995, $1,995 and $995 respectively.
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.
Interoperability qualification from Crossroads enables ProStor to empower IT managers leveraging Crossroads' robust solutions to manage and migrate inactive or rarely-used data to InfiniVault and its removable disk cartridges for permanent archive and safe keeping.
With its removable disk cartridges, InfiniVault provides safe off-site archival storage for up to 30 years.
The fact that the system also integrates the company's RDX removable disk cartridges is an added bonus, obviating the need for less-efficient tape and optical technologies for long-term on-site and off-site data retention.