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New patented technology securely bonds extruded thermoplastic elastomers to generic double-sided, pressure sensitive self-adhesive tape products.
The first challenge with tape drives faster than a network connection is that bigger and faster tape drives won't allow us to back up larger systems across the network.
This tape would be useful to teach staff and clients, or students in an AOD course, about biochemical properties of addiction.
Almost all tape backup systems can verify that the data written to a tape are exactly the same as the original data.
The desire to minimize distractions has led many departments to use covert techniques, even when suspects were made aware that the interview was being documented on video tape.
Restoring data from tape, on the other hand, has notoriously been a slow and painful process, often taking days or weeks to accomplish.
As tape handling has improved and track densities have increased, a curious phenomenon has appeared.
The myriad types of storage media included reels, chips, strips, cylinders, and sheets of tape or film.