Is DVD-RAM the death-knell for MO?

Glatzer, Hal
January 1998
EMedia Professional;Jan1998, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p82
Academic Journal
Contends that the mass production of random access memory digital video disc (DVD-RAM) or high-density optical disk drives may hurt magneto-optic (MO) drive manufacturers. Advantage of DVD-RAM in pricing; Differences between competing DVD formats.


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