Optical Media

Optical Media

Optical media is a type of storage medium that uses laser technology to read and write data. It is commonly used for distributing software, music, movies, and other digital content. The best feature of this Optical Storage Media is, it can can hold up to 700 MB of data, while DVDs can hold up to 8.5 GB of data. It is also more durable and compatible that other devices. The core purpose of optical media is to back up and archive data, as it provides a reliable and long-lasting storage solution. Besides this, it has several advantages over other types of storage media. These media is also immune to electromagnetic interference and does not require any special equipment to read or write data

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