ODD

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AcronymDefinition
ODDOppositional Defiant Disorder
ODDOptical Disk Drive
ODDOrphan Drug Designation (US FDA)
ODDOperational Detachment Delta (US Army)
ODDOne Day Decorating (training program)
ODDOptions Disclosure Document
ODDOracle Dynamic Database
ODDOptical Device Drive
ODDOrdered Decision Diagram
ODDOriginal Delivery Date
ODDOcx and Dll Disclaimer
ODDOne Document Does It All (text encoding initiative)
ODDOld Destroyer (US Navy)
ODDOffice of the Deputy Director
ODDOperator Distance Dialing
ODDOntario Diabetes Database
ODDOffice Dependent Data
ODDOcean Disposal Database
ODDOldest Dear Daughter
ODDOgden Data Device (data transfer cartridge interface)
ODDOff-Board Deception Device
ODDOutline Dimensional Drawing
ODDOn-Dock Delivery (shipping)
ODDOpportunity Description Document
ODDObservatory Description Document (US NASA)
ODDObjective Digitized Division
ODDObserved Defect Density
ODDOutside Designed and Developed
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said Thursday they have reached a basic agreement on setting up a joint venture to produce optical disk drives.
Hitachi Ltd and LG Electronics Inc are to establish a joint venture company to develop, design and market optical disk drives.
Toshiba's new technology provides the basis for commercialization of large capacity, overwritable optical disk drive systems for next generation multimedia systems.
5" rewritable optical disk drive also offers access times significantly faster than those of larger MO drives and many fixed magnetic disk drives.
The LF-7010 rewritable optical disk drive differs from magneto-optical disk drives in that it uses a recently improved phase-change technology to overwrite information in one pass directly onto a rewritable optical disk.
The bid-rigging and price-fixing conspiracies involving optical disk drives undermined competition and innovation in the high tech industry," said Sharis Pozen, acting assistant attorney general in charge of DOJ's antitrust division, in the statement.
The joint venture between Toshiba of Japan and South Korean company Samsung in the optical disk drives market was cleared by the European Commission on March 3.