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Fujifilm Blu-ray media
Ralf Jurrien : March 27th 2006 - 00:06 CET
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FujifilmFujifilm Blu-ray media : Fuji Photo Film UK Ltd announced today that Fujifilm-branded Blu-ray media will be available in spring 2006. The new discs will be available in 25GB storage capacities both in write-once and re-writable formats, which can be used on BD drives with 1-2X writing speed. Fujifilm launched cartridge type rewritable Blu-ray discs (23.3GB) into the Japanese market in 2003. To meet the end users' needs, Fujifilm will introduce non-cartridge type (easy to use) Blu-ray discs with larger capacity (25GB) into the market, which conform to the latest copy protection system AACS (Advanced Access Content System). Fujifilm research and development teams have been and will be working hard to develop all types of optical media.
Fujifilm Blu-ray mediaFujifilm Blu-ray - HD broadcasting
"2006 is the year that the FIFA World Cup will be held in Germany. This is one of the most important events in Europe for driving HD broadcasting. Since late 2005, some TV stations have started HD broadcasting and many end users are now purchasing large display flat panel TV sets to enjoy HD programs. In addition to this, Hollywood will introduce many movies in HD format this year, which is guaranteed to stimulate the demand for HD. However, HD program data is too large to store on today's DVDs and market demand for larger optical discs is getting increasingly stronger." noted Roger Moore, Strategic Business Unit Manager, Recording Media, Fujifilm UK. "Fujifilm is a leading company in the recordable media industry and continues to lead the field in the introduction of new, high quality media formats to support end users. The success of new recording technologies depends on the availability of affordable, reliable media and our engineers are already working to perfect next generation storage solutions, long before they even hit the market."

Fujifilm Blu-ray discs - Characteristics
Strong Hard-coat protection layer: Newly developed hard-coated cover layer protects your discs from scratches. Even without cartridges, reliable and durable data storage is ensured.
Highly sensitive data recording layer: Blu-ray discs have the highest recording density of all optical disc formats. Fujifilm Blu-ray discs utilize a highly sensitive data recording layer.
Compliant with AACS system: Fujifilm Blu-ray disc specifications conform with the latest copy protection system AACS (Advanced Access Content System).

Fujifilm high-capacity Blu-ray disc - Availability
Fujifilm high-capacity Blu-ray optical media will be available through key Fujifilm distributors, resellers and retailers. For more information on Fujifilm recording media products, go to Fujifilm’s website.

About Fujifilm
Fujifilm London is the UK subsidiary of Fuji Photo Film Co Ltd of Japan. The Company was first incorporated as a limited company in 1976, having previously been the subsidiary of Fujifilm Germany. Our Head Office is in Swiss Cottage, north London, and we have extensive distribution and technical operations to the southeast of Bedford.

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