Analysts See Bright Future for DVD

Wiley, Lauren
July 1999
EMedia Professional;Jul99, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p19
Academic Journal
Deals with analysts' predictions for the future of digital video disc (DVD) technology. Forecast by Ray Freeman of Freeman Associates on the number of DVD-ROM drives shipped by year 2001 as opposed to compact disc-ROM; Projections by Wolfgang Schlichting of International Data Corp. on DVD-ROM; Predictions by Ted Pine of Infotech Inc. on DVD-ROM shipments by 2000.


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