5" SAS disk drive technology will provide customers with the ultimate in performance and reliability for their IT server environments.
What does DD stand for?
DD stands for Disk Drive
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 113 other meanings of DD in our Acronym Attic
- Direct Downlink
- Direct Download
- Direct Draw (computer graphics technology)
- Direct Drive (vinyl record player drive system as opposed to belt drive)
- Directional Driller (oilfield, drilling)
- Directives Documentation (NASA)
- Disc Diameter (optical measurement)
- Discharged Dead
- Disconnecting Device (bolted bus)
- Dishonorable Discharge
Samples in periodicals archive:
New Facility to Meet Projected Disk Drive Growth in IT and ConsumerDevice Segments; Thousands of New Jobs Expected for China Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST) has announced its strategy to create a disk drive "mega manufacturing center" in Shenzhen, China.
The company's customers include all major indepedent disk drive manufacturers and Fortune 100 computer companies with internal disk drive manufacturing capabilities.
The DISKCON USA 2006 Conference, the hard disk drive industry's premier event, today announced program highlights for this year's conference, to be held September 13 and 14 at the Hyatt Regency Conference Center in Santa Clara, California.
From the latest technology roadmaps, both disk drive and tape cartridge capacities are growing faster than their corresponding data rates and are projected to do so through the year 2012.
The company is first to mass-produce computer hard disk drives using a revolutionary new type of magnetic coating that is eventually expected to quadruple the data density of current hard disk drive products -- a level previously thought to be impossible, but crucial to continue feeding the information-hungry Internet economy.
Anvil includes up to 64GB of high throughput, dual access SDRAM memory which has been optimally implemented to capture sensor data, rate buffer and seamlessly transfer it to secondary, external hard disk drive media.
RAID protects against data loss caused by disk drive failure within an array.