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Ritek Launches 6X BD-R DL Discs

Ritek Corporation announced its new 6x-speed 50 GB dual-layer (DL) recordable Blu-ray discs (BD-R).

Millenniata Blu-ray M-DISC Ready for Blast Off

Better late than never, Millenniata announced that it plans to begin mass production of its 25GB Blu-ray M-DISCs in early August.

Ritek Rolls Out RIDATA SD9 Flash Drive

Ritek Corporation announced its new RIDATA SD9 USB 2.0 flash drive, which is available in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities.

Millenniata Unveils Blu-ray M-DISCs

Millenniata announced that it plans to offer 25GB Blu-ray M-DISCs in the second quarter of 2013.

RITEK to Manufacture Millenniata M-DISC Media

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.

USITC Investigates Retractable USB Connector Complaint

The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) announced it will investigate a complaint filed by Anu IP LLC alleging a variety of companies’ devices that employ retractable USB connectors infringe the entity’s patents.

Ritek Unwraps Pink Flash Drive for Mother’s Day

Ritek Corporation announced its new RIDATA “luxury” pink OD3 flash drive.

Ritek Settles Rewritable Optical Disc Patent Dispute

Acacia Research announced that its Optical Memory Storage subsidiary has entered into a settlement and license agreement with Ritek Corporation covering a portfolio of patents that apply to rewritable phase change optical discs (CD-RW, DVD±RW, BD-RE).

Ritek to Demo USB 3.0 Storage at Computex Taipei

Ritek Corporation announced it will showcase USB 3.0 portable hard drives and USB flash drives at Computex Taipei 2010 from June 1-5, 2010.

CMC and Ritek Unscathed by Earthquake

CMC Magnetics and Ritek Corporation announced that their operations were not significantly affected by the 6.4-magnitude earthquake that struck Kaohsiung, Taiwan on March 4, 2010.

Ritek, Gigastorage Won’t Raise Disc Prices

DIGITIMES reports that while CMC Magnetics says that it has increased its quotes for DVDs and CDs by 5% to 10% (due to polycarbonate price hikes), Ritek and Gigastorage do not intend to follow suit.

JVC Wins DVD Patent Suit Against Conrexx Ritek

Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC), an operating company of the JVC KENWOOD Group, announced that it won a suit it had filed against Conrexx Technology B.V. (Conrexx), a German affiliate of Ritek Corporation, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of DVD recordable and other optical storage discs.

Sony Ordering Blu-ray from Ritek Rumor

In a January 28, 2010 filing to the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE), Ritek Corporation issued a statement in response to an Economic Daily News report that Sony had contract ordered a large number of Blu-ray discs from Ritek.

Ritek to Purchase Daxon Equipment for Blu-ray

In a January 22, 2010 filing to the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE), Ritek Corporation announced that it had entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Daxon Technology Inc. to purchase Daxon’s optical disc manufacturing equipment for NT$500 million (US$15.6 million).

Ritek and CMC Up and Down in December

DIGITIMES reports that CMC Magnetics and Ritek have announced unaudited revenues for Dec. 2009 of NT$1.403 billion (US$44.1 million) and NT$1.469 billion (US$46.1 million) respectively.