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Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Barcelona Blues - High Definition Talks


The DaTARIUS Group will be supporting the Media-Tech Showcase, March 6-7 in Barcelona, with a strong presence in the quality control sector.

On the first day of the show, the company will be kicking off by opening the Media-Tech Training programme of practical presentations, and showing the challenges and solutions for quality control of high definition formats.

There is still no clear sign as to which of the blue media formats, if either, will eventually dominate the market. Media manufacturers are upgrading their facilities to prepare for the demand of high definition media; however, they are faced with the dilemma of which format to support. test equipment. This unique Exchange Program will be introduced at the booth 15 during the Media-Tech Showcase. "In addition to our DaTABANK system, fully equipped with driveCubes for BD, HD DVD and DVD stamper and disc testing, we will also be showing our stamper testing solutions." says C?dric Collard, Marketing Manager DaTARIUS Group.

The experts at DaTARIUS have developed a proprietary processing technology that applies a cover layer to a stamper which means that one can test both pre-recorded and recordable media stampers. This gives manufacturers and mastering studios a very clear preview on the quality of their stamper process before any disc moulding, helping in this way to save money. This cover also offers protection to the stamper while not in the mould.

DaTARIUS will also be highlighting their MF DisCo mould temperature regulation system. Klaus Schiffer, General Manager Optimize, will be on hand to discuss the benefits of MF DisCo with a specific focus on HD DVD and BD.

DaTARIUS will also feature its new Print Inspection digital version, which has been upgraded to cope with the new high-speed machines ? industry?s fastest inspection - and now with tighter process window option for HD DVD and BD manufacturing.


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