Nero, leaders in digital media technology, will take the stage in Vegas to expose their hottest products and technologies for 2006: Nero 7, Nero SIPPS(TM) Connect, Nero PhotoShow Deluxe 4, and Nero Digital(TM), along with HD delivery supporting Blu-ray and HD DVD...If you'd like to read more about Nero's new technologies and software, their entire press release can be found here. Add a comment
...And finally, Nero will demonstrate their MPEG-4 standards-compliant Nero Digital(TM), harnessing the highest standards available in audio and video compression while delivering tomorrow's high-definition multimedia, including the Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD formats. All HD technologies are definitely not created equal, and Nero will show why its implementation of these technologies will lead the pack of HD solutions.
The ASUS DRW-1608P2, which is based on Pioneer DVR-110D, is one of the world's first burners to support 8x write speed on DVD-R DL media. The drive also supports 8x write speed on DVD+R DL media with very good results. The write time to complete the Dual/Double Layer burn is also pretty fast.We too have a review of the DRW-1608P2 in the works. In the mean time, head on over to CD Freaks and check out their review. Add a comment
Broadcom Corporation (Nasdaq: BRCM - News), a global leader in wired and wireless broadband communications semiconductors, today announced the industry's first high definition (HD) audio/video decoder chip that is fully compliant with the emerging Blu-ray(TM) and HD DVD(TM) optical disc formats. Compliance with Blu-ray and HD DVD formats permits the recording and playback of high definition video on blue laser-based optical disc media and drives. Broadcom's latest high definition decoder chip enables a new generation of consumer electronics devices that can decode compressed HD video stored on Blu-ray or HD DVD formatted discs.If you'd like to read more, Broadcom's entire press release can be found here. Add a comment
CMC Magnetics and Ritek, the top two makers of optical discs in Taiwan, will each float unsecured ECBs (euro convertible bonds) worth US$200 million in order to procure manufacturing equipment for Blu-ray and/or HD-DVD discs, while also bolstering their finances, according to the two companies.The article also mentions that Optodisc and Prodisc are trying to raise additional funds by offering new shares to target investors. If you'd like to read more, head on over to DigiTimes. Add a comment