Compared to the cost of the mastering and set-up efforts required to replicate only one disc, DVD-R provides a far more cost effective method of testing content prior to mass production.
As a result, DVD-R media can make a significant contribution to reducing the cost of DVD publishing.
The protective layer and extended archival performance make Maxell Medical DVD-R media the ideal recordable DVD standard for the full spectrum of medical storage applications, from the large capacity requirements of radiology and cardiology digital image archiving demanded by HIPAA, to medical training and education, to the day-to-day backup of business operations and patient records.
Maxell understands these unique requirements and has responded with the medical-grade reliability of our DVD-R Medical solution.
With CD-R, Ian infrared laser with a wavelength of 780 nanometers (nm) is employed, while DVD-R
Producer II equipment continues to be available with the Pioneer S-201 DVD-R
authoring drives, best suited for mastering applications.
To solve the limitation of partial-surface printing, Mitsui made a slight physical adjustment to the print side of all DVD-R
discs, with no effect on the performance of the media whatsoever.
array controller allows up to 12 SCSI-based DVD-R
drives to be connected to a single host, creating 12 DVD copies in the time it usually takes to record just one, making the Ultera DVD-R
MultiMaster the most economical solution to create multiple DVD audio, video or data disks.
as its national distributor for the company's new DVD-R
MultiMaster(TM), the most versatile DVD mastering solution available for short-run DVD duplication.