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computer storage and processing device used in computing in the 24th century.
First introduced in the early part of the century, this greatly improved on
the previous Duotronics system which had endured for almost a century.
Composed of 'linear
memory crystal' employing onboard nanoprocessors throughout, the chip can
process an estimated 335% faster than preceding crystal memory cards. A typical
IOC has an overall capacity of 2.15 Kiloquads of data per chip.