Is it even possible to convert old non-digital data to digital data storage, or is our historical data destined to stay in a non-digital state forever?
What does DDS stand for?
DDS stands for Digital Data Storage
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 407 other meanings of DDS in our Acronym Attic
- Deutsche Diabetes-Stiftung
- Dewey Decimal System
- Diabolical Dubstars (graffiti artist group)
- Diagnosis Down Syndrome
- Diagnostic Data Set
- Diamino Diphenyl Sulphone (Dapsone; used to treat leprosy & other skin diseases)
- Diaminodiphenylsulphone (Dapsone)
- Die Deutsche Schule (German: The German School)
- Diffusion des Savoirs (French: Dissemination of Knowledge)
- Digital Data Service
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Standards are needed in digital data storage to maintain the archives of digital content and for wideband transport and security.
Unlike microcassette recorders, DVRs are lighter and leaner--and offer hours of digital data storage rime without the need to purchase and store numerous cassettes.
Industry Support -- AIT was created by Sony, one of the co-inventors of the Digital Data Storage (DOS) tape format, and AIT is an open technology supported by more than 27 partners, including HP/Compaq, Qualstar, Advanced Digital Information Corp.
Industry Support--AIT was created by Sony, one of the co-inventors of the Digital Data Storage (DDS) tape format, and AIT is an open technology supported by more than 27 partners, including.