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Friday, March 11, 2005
CeBIT 2005

17. UmeDisc

UmeDisc

Founded just a couple of years ago, UmeDisc is the largest optical media manufacturer in Hong Kong. With more than 100 production lines working on a daily basis, UmeDisc produces more than 1,500,000 media pieces per day.The company's expertise in the manufacturing process combined with sophisticated production facilities, guarantee high media quality as well as professional technical support to OEM partners and clients.

The media demonstrated at CeBIT was at the very least impressive, although most of it has not yet gone into production. Currently, 8x DVD+R as well as 8x DVD-R are available under OEM brands, such as Intenso and Nashua. New 16x DVD+R/-R are expected later this year, and will be based on dye from MKM.Regarding the DVD+RW discs, they should be expected in June. In addition, development of DVD+R DL media has started and is currently in the R&D stage. Availability of these discs is planned for Q3 2005.




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