mass storage
Noun

mass storage (uncountable)

  1. (computer hardware) Any form of persistent data storage technology with high capacity relative to that of the high-speed non-persistent memory of computers of its time.
    The mass storage of the network consisted of 40 megabytes of Bernoulli boxes.



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