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Access Time

In telecommunications, the delay between the time a request is made on a system and the time the system grants the request. As technology advances, access time is generally reduced.
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Optical disk has been squeezed from the general storage hierarchy, as it has not kept pace with magnetic disk and tape developments in areal density, price, access time, and performance.
These three parameters, initial access time, sequential access only, and a perceived higher management cost represent the next frontier for the Nearline and mass storage providers to address.
The cartridge can also be made form factor compatible with existing automation robotics, and will have a wide, but short tape, offering particularly low access times compared with existing technologies.
The Am29PL320 is a low-voltage, Page-Mode device that offers access times as fast as 20 nanoseconds in the Page Mode and 60 nanoseconds in the random mode.
Other features include: asynchronous access times of 80 nanoseconds (ns) for the MT28F162P20FG and 90ns for the MT28F162P18FG; page access time of 30ns for the MT28F162P20FG and 35ns for the MT28F162P18FG; two power supply ranges, 1.
Cycle times for different versions of the A series range from 30ns to 40ns; access times range from under 23ns to 30ns.
Am29BL162C, the industry's first 16Mb, KGD, Burst Mode device offers random read access times of 80 ns, and subsequent access times as fast as 22 ns.
The company's family of high performance non-volatile memory products offers densities of 16 Kbit to 1 Megabit with access times as low as 25 ns and 3.
The company's family of high performance, non-volatile memory products offers densities of 16 Kbit to 1 Megabit with access times as low as 25 ns and 3.
With instant access time and superior read and write transfer rates, the E-Disk addresses the needs for high capacity, high-speed data, voice, video storage, and audio/imagery processing in legacy standard 50-pin (8-bit) interface.
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