DISC Archiving Systems announced that it has joined the Optical Archive Group (OPARG).
Millenniata announced that it plans to offer 25GB Blu-ray M-DISCs in the second quarter of 2013.
Millenniata and Imation announced that Imation will co-brand and distribute Millenniata’s DVD and Blu-ray M-DISC optical storage media.
Mitsubishi Kagaku Media (Verbatim) announced its new Enterprise Grade BD-R BDXL 100GB for Archive discs.
Mitsubishi Kagaku Media (Verbatim), Pioneer Corporation and Victor Advanced Media (JVC) announced they have established the Optical Archive Group (OPARG) to promote the use of BD-R and DVD-R discs for archival data storage.
Sony Corporation announced that it will begin shipping its Optical Disc Archive (ODA) storage system across the Asia Pacific region in October 2012.
Millenniata announced that Dell EMEA plans to offer M-DISC compatible DVD and Blu-ray recorders in some of its desktop and notebook PCs throughout Europe beginning this month.
Millenniata announced that it has entered into a manufacturing and licensing agreement with RITEK Corporation to produce its DVD-compatible M-DISC optical storage media.
hVault announced its plans to resurrect the more than decade-long development work of Inphase Technologies and market the first commercially available holographic storage system.
Sony announced that it plans to commercialize a next-generation optical storage system that archives up to 1.5TB per disc cartridge.
Millenniata announced that Vinpower Digital will offer M-DISC compatible duplicators and resell M-DISC media worldwide.
Vinpower Digital announced that its latest Xerox-branded DVD duplicators will write to Millenniata’s M-DISC archival optical storage media.
Pioneer Japan announced its new BDR-PR1 Blu-ray Disc (BD) recorder, which offers a number of professional-level features aimed at satisfying the needs of the data archiving market.
The International Imaging Industry Association (I3A) issued some helpful advice for air travellers flying over the Christmas holidays with digital storage media, photographic film and battery-powered electronic devices.
JVC Advanced Media U.S.A. announced its new Archival Grade DVD-R discs, which were independently tested and certified to comply with the ISO/IEC 10995 standard for estimating the archiving lifetime of writable DVDs.