one-core-per-bit storage

one-core-per-bit storage
запоминающее устройство с одним сердечником на бит

fixed storage — стационарное запоминающее устройство

in-line storage — внутреннее запоминающее устройство

magnetic storage — магнитное запоминающее устройство

optical storage — оптическое запоминающее устройство

sonic storage — акустическое запоминающее устройство


English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

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