InPhase Technologies to show holographic drive prototype at NAB2005

InPhase and Maxell will demonstrate a Tapestry holographic prototype drive capable of storing 35 hours of HD video on a single disk
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InPhase Technologies will conduct a public demonstration of a prototype of a commercial holographic video storage device.

The prototype is the foundation for a 300GB drive that can store more than 35 hours of broadcast-quality high-definition video on a single disk. The family of InPhase Tapestry holographic drives will have capacities that range to 1.6TB on a single disk.

InPhase has created a new class of photopolymers and the delivery of a stable recording device to achieve a working commercial holographic system. The initial commercial units will be delivered to OEM customers in 2006.

For more information, visit NAB2005 booth C8530 in the Las Vegas Convention Center or go to www.inphase-tech.com.

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