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Friday, March 25, 2005
InPhase to Demo Holographic Data Storage Drive at NAB


InPhase Technologies will conduct the first public demonstration of the world's first commercial prototype of a holographic data storage drive at NAB 2005.

Demonstrations will be take place in Booth C8530, the Maxell Corp. booth, during NAB. Hitachi-Maxell is both a strategic investor and development partner of InPhase.

InPhase TapestryTM prototype -- originally announced at the Storage Visions conference in January, 2005 -- demonstrates the next phase in digital recording and moves holographic storage from research to commercialization. InPhase will use five separate video clips to demonstrate recording and play-back functions for the prototype. The prototype is the foundation for InPhase's family of Tapestry holographic drives, with data capacities that range from 300GB to 1.6TB on a single disk. The completion of the prototype was enabled by InPhase's development of key recording techniques and holographic media, the commercial availability of critical components, strong partnerships with leading storage innovators, and government funding.

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