CD-ROMWhat is it? Compact disc read-only memory. A 4.75 -inch laser-encoded optical memory storage medium (developed by NV Philips and Sony Corporation) with the same constant linear velocity (CLV) spiral format as compact audio discs and some videodiscs. CD-ROMs can hold about 550 MB of data.
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