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Tuesday, June 25, 2002
Prodisc DVD-R 4.7 GB media was awarded recognition from Pioneer Class A Lab


The newest Prodisc DVD-R 4.7 GB General Ver. 2.0 has recently been certified from the Class A Lab. This proclaims that the quality of Prodisc's DVD-R has been proven by the world-class organization.

Recognition from the Pioneer Class A Lab requires passing more than 100 strict inspections on the product as well as the manufacturing processes. So far, only few DVD-R manufacturers who are capable of passing the various Pioneer examinations are qualified for this recognition. Therefore, this affirms, again, that Prodisc has possession of world-class standard R&D and manufacturing.

Meanwhile, the DVD market is considered to be active. The quality of DVD-R in the market, however, varies considerably. It is for sure that the market will wash out the poor quality discs and keep the good ones. Compared with CD-R and CD-RW, the technology barrier of DVD-R is much higher. Recognition from the Pioneer Class A Lab and self-developed manufacturing process makes Prodisc the high-quality DVD-R manufacturer in Taiwan.


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