Plasmon shows off Blu-Ray Ultra Density Optical (UDO) drives

A WORKING VERSION OF a 30GB Blu-Ray CDR was shown at CeBIT this year. We missed this ourselves, but luckily CDR-Info had its eyes peeled a bit better than ours.

"Plasmon, a leading provider of a wide range of automated data storage solutions, demonstrated this year at CeBIT a working prototype of its new 30GB, Ultra Density Optical (UDO) drives and media. UDO is about to become the next generation standard on 5.25-inch optical drive technology, replacing the existing magneto-optical (MO) base of drives and discs of the same diameter. We were able to see at the company's booth world's first working blue-violet laser optical disk drive. It supports the new UDO disks and it is developed for professional data storage markets, covering archiving, document imaging, call centers, email archiving, GIS, medical, telecom, banking, insurance, legal and government. The new drive delivers the performance of the older 5.25" MO drives, the longevity of 12-inch True WORM (Write Once Read Many) and the cost effectiveness of a DVD solution"

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News source: The Inq

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