storage device - Computer Definition
A peripheral unit that holds data without power until purposely erased. Examples are hard disks, optical discs, magnetic tape and flash drives. In the datacenter, a storage device is commonly a unit with an array of hard disks or solid state disks (SSDs). For a summary of all storage technologies, see magnetic disk, magnetic tape, optical disc and memory card.
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storage device - Science Definition
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