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RW

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for RWANDA.
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RW

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Rwanda. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Rwandan bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Rwanda. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Rwanda. Each Rwandan province and town council has its own code with the prefix "RW." For example, the code for Nord Province is ISO 3166-2:RW-03.
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Both VR and VM mode DVD-RW discs must be completely erased and reformatted before they can be rewritten.
Pioneer may still be working on its DVD-RW drive but we've yet to see it, nor has NEC shown its MMVF format.
The DVD-RW format, described as a rewritable extension to the previously forum-approved DVD-Recordable (record-once) format (Book D), uses phase-change media and is capable of up to 1,000 rewrites.
-- DVD+R DL: 8X P-CAV (max.) writing DVD-R DL: 4X CLV (max.) writing DVD+R: 16X CAV (max.) writing DVD+RW: 8X Z-CLV (max.) rewriting DVD-R: 16X CAV (max.) writing DVD-RW: 6X CLV (max.) rewriting DVD-ROM reading (single layer): 16X CAV (max.) DVD-ROM reading (dual layer): 12X CAV (max.) CD-R: 48X CAV (max.) writing CD-RW: 32X P-CAV (max.) rewriting CD-ROM: 48X CAV (max) reading
But Panasonic and Pioneer manufacture the DVD-RW and now the DVD-RAM.
Backward read compatible with red-laser DVD-R and DVD-RW formats, the blue laser roadmap extends to a 50GB second-generation media, followed by a third-generation product targeted at 100GB in 2007 with a throughput of up to 43MB per second.
The drives also support up to 4X DVD+R and DVD-R recording, as well as 2X DVD-RW, 24X CD-R and 16X CD-RW recording.
With the ability to read/write to DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, and CD-RW media, the OEM DVD MULTI drive is a cost-effective storage solution that provides users the flexibility to switch between removable storage media without having to purchase new hardware or software.
The company is now offering DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW and DVD+RW media formats.
Described as "aimed at the high-end notebook market" (no kidding!), the [yen]450,000 PCG-GRX91G/P is a Sony Vaio notebook with a built-in DVD-RW drive.
The approved formats include DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-ROM Video, and DVD-ROM Audio.