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Monday, March 15, 2004
BD Vs AOD: Civil war or marketing packages?


Today we release a brief article regarding the two main competitors in the violet-laser based storage market. Both AOD (HD-DVD) and BD (Blu-Ray) formats are adressed for covering the increased storage demands for high-definition TV as well as for general data archive. The article is available here.



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