Storage that retains its data after the power is turned off is referred to as

[ A ]    Non-volatile storage
[ B ]    Sequential storage
[ C ]    Cache storage
[ D ]    Volatile storage
[ E ]    Direct storage
Answer : Option A
Explanation :
Nonvolatile storage refers to a storage device whose contents are preserved when its power is off. Storage using magnetic media (e.g. magnetic disks, magnetic tape or bubble memory ) is normally nonvolatile. Other examples of non-volatile storage are EEPROM, CD-ROM,paper tape and punched cards.