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hard disk

a data storage device in which data is stored on a magnetic disk embodied in a COMPUTER. Most hard disks can store large amounts of data, such as 20 megabytes of numbers or letters.
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Just as with RAID-1, this operation is dependent on individual drive capacity and on formatted transfer rate, but generally will not take longer than an hour at most even for the upcoming l0Krpm 146GB drive.
In the following sections, many of the key design advances to reach 100MB/sec transfer rates will be discussed and their limitations for further speed increases explained.
With data transfer rates up to 60.7MB/s, seek times as low as 8.5ms, lower power consumption, and a 512KB or 2MB buffer, these new drives offer outstanding performance for today's wide-range of desktop applications.
Five years ago, transfer rates that were 4.3GB per hour are now 14.4GB per hour--an increase of over 325%.
From the graph (1) that is plotted in between the airstream to the heat transfer rate.
Therefore, only the temperature, velocity, and heat transfer rate distribution of the first and second plies are considered in this study.
This paper also displays the relative importance of pressure drop to change in temperature when computing heat transfer rates. It will be shown here that for certain cases, especially those with a large pressure drop in conjunction with a small temperature difference, the error in the computed heat transfer rate becomes significant (say, relative to system energy balance closure) when the pressure drop is ignored.
The first record, the 186Gbps data transfer rate (~23.25GBps) was achieved in a memory-to-memory transfer, while the second, 60Gbps (~7.5GBps) was achieved in a disk-to-disk transfer.
In any targeting system "objectives drive behaviour'' so if the objective is to show a reduction is there not a danger that risks may be taken and transfers not made when hard-working staff feel under pressure from those above to reduce the transfer rate? Surely at the end of the day the key measure that should be focussed on is one shaped around the percentage of successful and safe births where mother and baby are well.
Predictions have been offered which suggest that future versions of the technology may be able to achieve transfer rates as high as 84Mb/s.
The heat transfer rate is calculated by the arithmetic mean of air-side and water-side heat transfer rates.
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 26, 2006 - (JCN) - Toshiba announced August 24 that it would launch two new series of SD Cards offering high level data transfer rates and read-write performance.