DI Technologies

Leitner, D. W.; Ochiva, Dan
June 2005
Millimeter;Jun2005, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p84
Trade Publication
Features several products for digital recording, presented at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) 2005 exhibition. Quantum's SDLT 600A tape drive; InPhase's demonstration of a working prototype of its write-once photopolymer holographic disc; Eastman's Vision2 hybrid system. INSETS: Speed boost for Avid;Autodesk's suite solutions.


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