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InPhase shows off holographic disc drive
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/05/2005 02:20:00 PM.

Optical storage outfit InPhase has said that it has developed what it thinks is the first prototype of holographic storage drives that can be used for commercial purposes.

While the company sounds like another boy band, they appear to have come up with the goods. The prototype has been reviewed and photographed at the Pabster and can handle capacities of up to 1.6 TB.

The company is planning a range of holographic drives, with data capacities that range from 200GB to 1.6TB.

It works with Blu-ray 407 nm blue lasers to provide high capacity holographic storage. The data is recorded into two-chemistry photopolymer WORM material. This is 1.5 mm thick and is sandwiched between two transmissive plastic disks.

InPhase was uncertain when the devices will hit the shops.


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