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Thursday, August 09, 2007
First Independent Blu-ray Line in Europe


Infodisc, a German optical disc manufacturer, has announced that they have taken delivery on BD-ROM manufacturing equipment from Oerlikon.

In the coming days, Infodisc will install the hardware, making them the first independent Blu-ray disc manufacturer in Europe.

This will allow independent studios in Europe to get their movies distributed in the Blu-ray format easily and conveniently.

Michael Gotowski, CEO at Infodisc commented, "We've evaluated the available Blu-ray production equipment and were primarily impressed by Oerlikon. The INDIGO line is approved by major replicators, features an excellent cover layer process and is mature for Blu-ray mass production."

The current production line will only support the production of BD-25s, but Oerlikon is working directly with Sony DADC to develop a wet embossing process, and will launch a BD-50 upgrade later this year.

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