[ maɡnˈiːtə͡ʊˈɒptɪk dˈɪsk], [ maɡnˈiːtəʊˈɒptɪk dˈɪsk], [ m_a_ɡ_n_ˈiː_t_əʊ_ˈɒ_p_t_ɪ_k d_ˈɪ_s_k]
How to use "Magneto-optic disk" in context?
Magneto-optical disks are a new form of data storage that use a rotating disk coated with a magneto-optical material. The disk is read by a light beam that is reflected back by the magneto-optical material, providing a fault-tolerant continuous data storage medium.
The technology has the potential to replace traditional spinning hard disks, offering faster access times, increased storage capacities and longer data retention periods. It could also be used in high-density data storage systems for 'smart' devices such as laptops, tablets and cars.
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