In Phase to Debut Holographic 3D Storage

InPhase Technologies will mark IBC2007 with the commercial debut of its 3D holographic storage technology as well as a new holographic drive for Ikegami’s Editcam.
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InPhase Technologies will mark IBC2007 with the commercial debut of its 3D holographic storage technology as well as a new holographic drive for Ikegami’s Editcam.

InPhase Tapestry has a capacity of 300 GB, enabling broadcasters to record 2,100 minutes (35 hours) of broadcast-quality video on a single disk at a transfer rate of 20 MBps (160 Mbps) in less than 4.5 hours (250 minutes). The InPhase family of Tapestry holographic drives offer data capacities from 300 GB to 1.6 TB on a single disk.

InPhase and Ikegami will demonstrate the Ikegami-branded 300 GB external holographic drive for a PC. Users of Ikegami’s Editcam and Editcam HD camcorders can transfer edited or camera-original video content via FireWire or FTP interfaces to 300GB cartridges for tapeless nonlinear archiving and retrieval. Editcam and Editcam HD acquisition will continue to utilize Ikegami’s hard-disk-based and solid-state FieldPak2 media, which can be overwritten for repeated use.

InPhase development partners and investors include Hitachi Maxell, Ltd., Bayer MaterialScience, and ALPS Electric Co. Ltd. Development funds were also provided by the Advanced Technology Program (ATP) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s National Technology Alliance program (NTA).

InPhase will exhibit at the Ikegami booth, Stand 11.121.