Dror Sarid and Barry H. Schechtman
Optical products were once thought to represent the future of data storage, but their evolution has been slower than experts had anticipated. This article describes the latest progress in optical data storage applications and explains how these products must adapt to compete with other technologies.
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Publish Date: 01 May 2007
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