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04.03.2007
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
InPhase Technologies to roll out holographic storage

At NAB2007, InPhase Technologies will exhibit a commercially available holographic data storage product.

A breakthrough in data storage, the InPhase Tapestry has a 300GB capacity and will enable broadcasters to record 2100 minutes (35 hours) of broadcast-quality video on a single disk at a transfer rate of 20Mb/s in less than 4.5 hours.

The company will also announce:

  • An Ikegami-branded holographic drive for the Ikegami Editcam and Editcam HD tapeless camcorders;
  • Panasonic-branded holographic archive systems for Panasonic P2;
  • New resellers for the InPhase Tapestry 300R drive.

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



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