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Mark Peters : March 9th 2006 - 03:15 CET

Ricoh recordable Blu-ray disks


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RicohRicoh recordable Blu-ray disks : Ricoh has developed recordable disks for Blu-ray Disk and HD DVD, the next-generation DVD formats, and starts shipping samples to hardware manufacturers. The Ricoh samples to be shipped are BD-R and HD DVD-R, write-once disks for Blu-ray Disk and HD DVD respectively. They have a capacity of 25 GB (BD-R) and 15 GB (HD DVD-R), approximately three to five times that of current disks. By employing highly sensitive inorganic recording materials and high-precision stampers newly developed for next-generation recordable DVDs, Ricoh was able to achieve high reliability when writing and reading data. This will provide an advantage in further speed increases and multilayer structures.
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Next-generation writable DVDs are gradually penetrating into the IT and consumer electronics markets, which are expected to expand rapidly from 2008 and reach 800 million or more pieces being shipped in 2010. Ricoh’s optical disk business consists of development and sales of a variety of recordable writable DVDs and hybrid CD-Rs (CDs with both ROM and recordable areas in a single disk), while also selling its own recording materials and licensing and providing its own Rioch manufacturing technologies. Ricoh aims to provide the newly developed next-generation recordable DVDs to end-user customers within the year.

About Ricoh Company
Ricoh Company, Ltd. is a leading manufacturer of office equipment, including copiers, printers, fax machines, DVD+R/+RW drives and media, and related supplies and services, as well as digital cameras and advanced electronic devices. The Ricoh group consists of 133 consolidated subsidiaries and affiliates in Japan and 262 overseas. As of March 2003, the Ricoh group employed 74,600 people with recorded annual revenues of $14.73 billion. Additional information about Ricoh and its products can be found at the Ricoh website. Ricoh is listed on Tokyo and other Japanese stock exchanges as well as Amsterdam, Frankfurt, and Paris stock exchanges.





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