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Monday, February 13, 2006
Blu-Ray Reveals its Latest Developments


In an exclusive interview with CDRinfo Brian Zucker, a technology strategist at Dell who also serves as a Blu-ray executive, reveals the latest developments in the Blu-ray camp.

Mr. Zucker explains to the CDRinfo news team the main advantages of the Blu-ray format versus the HD DVD one.He also gives us the most recent information regarding the specifications of Blu-ray products and the role of Sony's PS3 in the Blu-ray marketing.

He explains the AACS specifications (BD+, Mandatory Managed Copy) to the end user and how its implementation on the market will take place. Mr. Zucker unfolds the latest news on the the regional coding issue of Blu-Ray videos. Finally, Mr. Zucker is categorically negative when quesionned on the possibility of seeing an eventual combo device, using both Blu-ray and HD DVD formats.

To read the entire interview click here.


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