Sony and Panasonic introduces the new standard optical disk Archival Disc

Although modern IT world with his capacious HDD/SSD and high speed LAN, and mobile networks optical media are becoming less popular, however, work in this direction are underway. Another development of this kind were pleased with the Japanese Corporation Sony and Panasonic, officially announced a new standard Archival Disc designed for creating ODD-large capacity. In theory this format allows you to create disks with capacity from 300 GB to 1 TB.
Sony and Panasonic introduces the new standard optical disk Archival Disc
Archival Disc Thus, optical media standard Archival Disc several times surpass traditional Blu-ray discs, and they are will be in the first place to store large amounts of information for a long time in conditions when the normal hard drives and solid state drives are not quite convenient. Thus, these ODD quite suitable for storing data in large companies, though later they can be used as carriers for movies in razreshenii.Ultra HD (4K). First optical drives for Archival format Disc should be expected since the summer of 2015.
Sony and Panasonic introduces the new standard optical disk Archival Disc
Archival Disc

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