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DVD Studio Pro: April 2010 Archives

milleniata.pngPrimera Technology and Millenniata have now partnered to introduce the first automated disc publisher to offer a 1000 year expected DVD archival life.  I had a chance to take a look at their new product at last weeks NAB show, and was quite impressed.  Some say DVD's are a thing of the past, but government institutions, businesses and consumers alike still need to permanently archive large quantities of digital information.  Milleniata's new Write Once, Read Forever optical technology sets a new standard of longevity for digital storage.

mdisk.pngCurrent DVD technology uses organic dyes and low laser power to burn marks into the data layer of a standard recordable DVD.  Over time, these marks become unreadable because organic dyes degrade in light, heat, and humidity.  But Milleniata's M-WRITER drive, uses a higher laser power to carve grooves in advanced materials new to optical discs which are unaffected by the elements.  Once written, the M-DISC is readable in current DVD players making access to information safe and reliable.  The included PTPublisher software makes it fast and easy to archive photos, videos, documents, audio and music and virtually any other digital information.  Complete product details are available at Primera's website

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