Is DVD-RAM the death-knell for MO?
- Peak shift analysis for magneto-optical storage. Madison, M. R.; Finkelstein, B. I.; Yardy, R. // Journal of Applied Physics;4/15/1991, Vol. 69 Issue 8, p4957
Explores the thermal induced peak shift in magneto-optical recording. Effects of peak shift on optical storage; Details on the experiment; Formula for the thermal model.
- LaserByte rolls 230MB M/O drive. // Electronic News;5/9/94, Vol. 40 Issue 2013, p42
Reports on Laser Byte's addition to its family of magneto-optical disk drives. Product description; Price; Release schedule.
- Optical Storage Products Offering A Broader Array of Choices. Mazier, E. E. // National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;6/4/2001, Vol. 105 Issue 23, p23
Evaluates several optical storage products. LightSpeed 2100 Series models from Yamaha company; Internal and external magneto-optical drives from Fujitsu Computer Products; Digital video disc (DVD)-read-only memory and DVD-random-access memory from Hitachi America company.
- Magnetization stability in the magneto-optical readout of TbFeCo disks. McDaniel, T. W.; Finkelstein, B. I. // Journal of Applied Physics;4/15/1991, Vol. 69 Issue 8, p4954
Studies the magnetization stability in the magneto-optical readout of terbium compound disks. Threat poses by the readout process in magneto-optical data storage to written data; Details on the experiment; Modeling approaches used to understand the data.
- Lasers light the way for MO drives. Nass, Richard // Electronic Design;1/24/94, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p43
Analyzes the problems and potential solutions associated with the use of magneto-optical (MO) disk drives as a replacement for hard-disk drives. Advantages; Recording process; Latency problems; Products currently in the market; Data processing; Use of lasers; Increasing capacity; Market share. ...
- Optical Disk. // Network Dictionary;2007, p357
A definition of the term "Optical Disk" is presented. It refers to a storage medium from which data is read and to which it is written by laser beams. Optical disk types are categorized as those that are recorded at the time of manufacture and cannot be erased such as CD, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM and...
- Erase process in a direct-overwrite magneto-optic recording material. Schultz, Mark; Kryder, Mark // Applied Physics Letters;4/3/1989, Vol. 54 Issue 14, p1371
The erase process in a directly overwritable magneto-optical material is shown to be a domain collapse dominated process, not a reversed domain growth process as previously suggested. The results of two experiments which support this conclusion are described. The first is a static evaluation of...
- Taking measure of magnetic, optical, and magneto-optical media and drives. Lieberman, Paula // CD-ROM Professional;Jul95, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p62
Presents an overview of magnetic, optical and magneto-optical media and drives available in the market. History of optical storage options; Erasable, rewritable and recordable technology; Round-up of optical and semi-optical entries; Multifunctional magneto-optical options; Comparison of CD-ROM...
- Axis and Compact Devices look to the future of HTML with CD-ROM/online servers. // CD-ROM Professional;Oct96, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p20
Introduces the CD-ROM servers, Axis StorPoint CD from Axis Communications Inc., and TopSpin 130 and 150 from Compact Devices Inc. Features and capabilities; Prices; Contact information.