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Tuesday, May 03, 2005
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Leveraging its expertise as the digital recording leader, TDK has developed the next generation blue-violet laser disc, the PD-RE23CN.

This breakthrough recording media delivers the highest capacity (23.3GB per disc) and fastest data transfer rates (72Mbps/Optical Head; 144Mbps/Double Optical Head) ever achieved by an optical disc. Designed for use with Sony? XDCAM? optical recording products, the PD-RE23CN is launching a revolutionary new era in broadcasting.

Numerous breakthroughs, including DURABIS PRO?, TDK?s exclusive, high durability hard coating technology developed for professional use, are incorporated into every TDK PD-RE23CN disc. DURABIS PRO plays an essential role in providing the durability required for absolute reliability in the field and in demanding production environments.

Available in the U.S. in June 2005 Please contact Broadcast Media Sales for pricing

TDK Blu-ray Disc

As a founding member of the Blu-ray Disc Association, TDK is playing an instrumental role in the development of blue laser technologies for a variety of consumer recording applications. In Japan, TDK has already launched Blu-ray Disc media. A U.S. launch will follow later this year. TDK rewritable Blu-ray Disc media features 25GB capacity and a blazing 36Mbps write speed.

As the leader in Blu-ray Disc development, TDK created DURABIS?, an innovative coating technology that protects the disc surface against scratches and other contaminants, eliminating the need for a disc cartridge. In the lab, TDK has already developed a 100GB quad layer Blu-ray Disc with 216Mbps (6x) recording speed.



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