DVD-ROM: Who needs it, who will use it, and how?
- In the Wake of Laserdisc's Demise. // T H E Journal;Oct2002, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p12
Compares digital video disc (DVD) technology with CD-ROM. Image quality of DVD; Features of DVD; Price of DVD.
- As the disc turns: Orphan once, now loved and wanted. Starrett, Robert A. // EMedia Professional;Apr97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p34
Provides information on compact disc-read only memory (CD-ROM), CD-Recordable (CD-R), and digital video disc (DVD). Main factors in the public acceptance of the CD-ROM; Information on the CD/Web/television hybrid devices; Market growth of CD-related products; Speculations on the DVD technology.
- DVDs Prove Their Versatility. Bannan, Karen J. // Inter@ctive Week;10/19/98, Vol. 5 Issue 40, p29
Provides information on digital versatile discs (DVD) which is capable of storing more data than CD-ROM. Transfer rate of DVD; Remarks from Bob Abraham, vice president of Freeman Associates, regarding the lower prices of DVD-ROM.
- DVD/CD-ROM drive. // Teaching Pre K-8;Feb99, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p14
Focuses on digital versatile disk or DVD-ROM. Primary benefit of DVD; Amount of information that DVD can hold; Features of the DVD.
- Web versus CD-ROM: Format follows function. Burg, Barbara // Searcher;Jan98, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p59
Compares the benefits of Digital Videodisc (DVD) from compact disc-read only memory (CD-ROM). Impact of CD-ROMs on technology; Primary difference between silver discs and the Web; Reasons why CD-ROMs are more likely to be the trend.
- Delivering Digital Video. Sherman, Lee // Knowledge Management;Apr2001, p70
Reports the introduction of digital versatile disk (DVD) by Apple Computer Inc. in the United States. Announcement of software applications; Improvement in the CD-ROM technology; Entrance of DVD authoring in enterprises; Problem related to the cost-effectiveness of the product.
- DVD (not tape) will challenge MO in 1999. Glatzer, Hal // EMedia Professional;Jan1999, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p62
Focuses on the market competition between magneto-optic (MO) drives and digital video disc (DVD) technology. Market share MO drives in sales of mid-range storage systems; Advantages of using MO drives; Comparison between access time and transfer rates of MO drives and DVD; Cost of compact...
- The Future of Direct Marketing is DVD. Aoki, Hugh M. // Brandweek;11/30/99 Supplement Marketing, Vol. 40 Issue 45, p38
Features Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) as a technology format that represents the future for direct marketing. Uses and advantages; Comparison with CD-ROM; Features of the DVD-Random Access Memory format; Prediction of industry analysts on the rising demand for DVD drives.
- The CD/DVD ROM sales index. // EMedia;Sep99, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p13
Presents a graph on the total number of CD/DVD-ROM units installed worldwide for the first quarter of 1999.