According to the statement, they will meet with interested parties to discuss their new Cranberry DiamonDisc, a writable DVD its creator (Millenniata) claims will “store archival data that last for centuries”.
Unedited press release follows:
Cranberry DiamonDisc™ Executives Head to Las Vegas for the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show (CES)
Cranberry (http://cranberry.com), providing the exclusive consumer channel for the first permanent optical storage medium for digital files, will be on-hand at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) going on this week at the Las Vegas Convention Center. David McInnis and Joe Beaulaurier will be joining other industry executives attending this international event.
Ferndale, WA — January 6, 2010 — Both the National Archives and the Library of Congress have warned consumers that home-burned DVDs are unreliable and may not be readable beyond two to five years (http://www.archives.gov/records-mgmt/initiatives/temp-opmedia-faq.html). Fortunately Cranberry, provider of the Cranberry DiamonDisc (http://www.cranberry.com/about_cranberry_disc.php)™, has recently made available to consumers and value-added resellers a solution to this problem that is both easy and inexpensive. Cranberry executives will be available during CES to answer the many questions consumers and industry experts will have regarding this game-changing technology. Meetings can be scheduled by simply emailing a request to joe(at)cranberry(dot)com.
Recorded Cranberry DiamonDiscs™ can be read in most current DVD player devices but have a completely unconventional structure for recording data that makes it impervious to the same elements that cause a conventional recordable DVD to fail within only a few years.
The Consumer Electronics Show is the place to showcase and introduce the latest consumer electronic technology to the world. For information on the show and its sponsor, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), go to www.CESWeb.org. CEA is the preeminent trade association promoting the consumer technology industry through technology policy, events, research, promotion and the fostering of business and strategic relationships.
Cranberry is the exclusive reseller of the Millenniata M-Arc disc to personal and home user market. Cranberry is a Ferndale, Washington consumer products company founded by entrepreneur David McInnis. The Cranberry DiamonDisc was invented and commercialized by Springville, Utah startup Millenniata.