CD-ROM (pípè /ˌsiːˌdiːˈrɒm/, orokuru fun "compact disc read-only memory") je awo titepelebe to n gbaa ounpese tosewoleba si, sugbon ti ko sekolelori latowo komputa fun akaba ounpese ati orin kiko, opagun to je sisodi amudagbasoke latowo awon ile-ise Sony ati Philips mu se oniru yi ni 1985 lati fi mu irukiru ounpese alaayemeji.[1]

CD-ROM
Media typeOptical disc
Capacity184 MiB (8 cm)
650–900 MB (12 cm)
Read mechanism150 KiB/s (1×)
10,800 KiB/s (72×)
Write mechanism150 KiB/s (1×)
8,400 KiB/s (56×)
UsageData storage, video, audio, open internet
Optical discs
Optical media types
Standards
Further reading



ItokasiÀtúnṣe

  1. EP patent 689208 "Method for block oriented addressing" - for block layouts see columns 1 and 2