magnetic storage


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Noun1.magnetic storage - any storage medium in which different patterns of magnetization are used to represent stored bits or bytes of informationmagnetic storage - any storage medium in which different patterns of magnetization are used to represent stored bits or bytes of information; "the hard disk in you computer is magnetic storage"
data-storage medium, storage medium - a medium for storing information
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mémoire magnétique
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While, in that timeframe, a mix of technologies will be deployed to appropriately serve customers, about 75 percent of the capacity is still expected to be rotating magnetic storage devices.
Although magnetic storage promises 25 years, the reality is that the magnetic tapes need to be backed-up or re-recorded every two to five years and the hardware needs to be replaced every five years.
Magnetic storage has recently been proven to be a viable alternative [2].
Optical and digital magnetic storage shipments are doubling each year.
42 in the process, the industry is concerned that the absolute threshold for conventional magnetic storage density might be only a few years away.
Additionally, since SSD storage doesn't have physical moving parts like magnetic storage solutions, it can handle the more random nature of I/O loads in public cloud environments, while sustaining a higher level of performance and without slowing down.
This greatly increased the magnetic storage density without disrupting the state of neighboring bits.
A real density (or bit density), the amount of data that can be stored in one square inch of surface area of recording media, has become the most significant factor in the rapid evolution of magnetic storage technologies.
Traditional magnetic storage is advancing so fast that the window for holography is shrinking," says Kippelen.
The new floppy combines both optical and magnetic storage technology to cram bits of data into place.
High-volume data users increasingly will find erasable optical disks an acceptable alternative to large magnetic storage devices.