Issue No. 02 - February (1975 vol. 8)
J.H. Wensley , Stanford Research Institute
The term electronic disks has become associated with memory systems that are electronic devices?i.e., not involving mechanical movement, but possessing memory capacities and cost per bit which compete with rotating memories. Many technologies are being investigated that have the potential of being used for electronic disks. These include charge-coupled devices (CCD), magnetic bubbles, domain tip (DOT), and electron beam addressed memories (EBAM).
J. Wensley, "Electronic Disks," in Computer, vol. 8, no. , pp. 20-21, 1975.