The politics of RAM-O-Mania!

Guenette, David R.
July 1997
EMedia Professional;Jul97, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p6
Academic Journal
Editorial. Illustrates some issues about Digital Video Disc-Random Access Memory (DVD-RAM). Cause of the long time frames of DVD-RAM in the marketplace; How the compromise between Toshiba/Matsushita and Philips/Sony reveals another divergence of the DVD line; Implication of the DVD-RAM.


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