A Disk is a memory device which uses a magnetic media for the storage of information. Disk, as a term, has expanded into other areas often used to describe the shape of the storage media, that is: floppy disk, compact disk, laser disk, or hard disk. It sometimes refers to the way in which the storage media mimics a disk media; that is, RAM disk or bubble memory.

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"Disk" is in the UNSPSC Code "31161906"
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