08.15.2007 04:21 PM
InPhase, Ikegami to debut holographic storage at IBC2007

InPhase Technologies will exhibit its commercial holographic data storage product at IBC2007. In a joint demonstration with Ikegami, the company will show the initial product, an Ikegami-branded 300GB external holographic drive associated with a PC. The drive provides a cost-effective, tapeless solution for archiving large video files finished on nonlinear editing systems and acquired with Editcam and Editcam HD tapeless camcorders. The InPhase Tapestry product has a capacity of 300GB and a data transfer rate of 160Mb/s. The external holographic drive will enable users of Ikegami’s Editcam and Editcam HD camcorders to transfer edited or camera-original video content via FireWire or FTP interfaces to highly stable 300GB cartridges with all the advantages of tapeless nonlinear archiving and retrieval.

For more information, visit www.inphase-tech.com.



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