Philips and Sony propose specifications for high-density CD

March 1995
Online;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p100
Trade Publication
Reports on the joint release of the official specifications of Philips Electronics and Sony Corp. for a 12cm high-density multimedia Cd. Storage capacity of the Philips/Sony high-density CD; Enhanced applications; Plans for extensions of the volume and file standards for computer application of high-density CD-ROM; Other applications considered.


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