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Saturday, March 15, 2003
CeBIT 2003 Show Coverage

25. Prodisc

Prodisc

Prodisc was founded in 1990 in Taiwan and has become one of the top-three disc manufacturers in the world. The company also provides OEM/OMD services for many international brands in the storage media market.

The company demonstrated new 48x and 52x (700MB) CD-R and 8-24x CD-RW media. 8cm CD-R discs were also available, supporting writing speeds up to 24x.

The Prodisc 4x DVD+R media cover both video and data recording. DVD+RW discs are also available, supporting 1x-4x writing speeds.

The Prodisc DVD-R discs are certified by the DVD Forum and support 4x recording speed. Some 8cm DVD-R discs are also available and can hold up to 1.93GB or 30min of high quality video. The DVD-RW line currently supports 2x writing only.

The company also offers both single-sided 4.7GB and double-sided 9.4GB DVD-RAM discs.




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