MultiDisc secures patent for CD table of contents caching method

October 1998
EMedia Professional;Oct98, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p14
Academic Journal
Reports that MultiDisc Technologies Inc. has been awarded a patent for a caching method for stored compact discs in the United States. Access of data using the technology; Storage solutions offered by the technology.


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