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Wednesday, November 16, 2005
NTI Offers Blu-ray Burning SDK for Licensing


NewTech Infosystems, Inc. announced today that it has added support for Blu-ray to its widely-used optical disc burning SDK.

Blu-ray technology will enable users to record up to 50 GB of high-definition movies, music, photos, and data to Blu-ray media.

NTI, a Blu-ray Data Association Member, is supporting Blu-ray technology in its software products which include NTI CD&DVD-MakerT 7, NTI Backup NOW! 4, NTI Drive BackupT, and Dragon Burn 4T.

NTI's Burning SDK has been licensed to third-party software and hardware companies for over six years and has an installed user base of over 80 million.

Available for licensing now, NTI's Optical Burning Engine can be used with any Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Home/Professional system. Prospective customers could contact NTI for pricing and terms.


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