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CD-ROM Hardware Configurations: Selection and Design


CD-ROM Professional Volume 5, Number 1, ISSN 1049-0833


Presents selection and design considerations to help libraries make informed decisions about hardware configurations of CD-ROM systems. Highlights include CD-ROM configurations, including single drive workstations, daisychains, and jukeboxes; network configurations, including remote access; microcomputer features; CD-ROM drive selection; and performance and service concerns. (LRW)


Jaffe, L.D. & Watkins, S.G. (1992). CD-ROM Hardware Configurations: Selection and Design. CD-ROM Professional, 5(1), 62-68. Retrieved June 5, 2020 from .

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