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MODSKMagneto Optical Disk
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"Standard CASS requires an expensive magneto optical disk for each test program, and the CASS can store only two or three test programs on its computer at a time."
Particularly, optical disks such as CD-R (Recordable Compact Disk), MO (Magneto Optical Disk), or DVD (Digital Versatile Disk) could be considered widely accepted items in the consumer market because of their excellent reliability for long-term storage, ease of handling, and low cost.
Compared to magneto optical disk storage, SAIT is a performance breakthrough.