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Moser Baer’s patented technology approved by the Blu-ray Disc Association
Tuesday, October 03, 2006
To give company a significant competitive edge in the next generation optical format race
New Delhi, 3 October 2006: In a major break through for Moser Baer, the second largest optical media manufacturer in the world, its in-house developed and patented technology has been considered as one of the four standard media to be included in the Blu-ray disc specifications by the Blu-ray Disc Association in the recently concluded meeting in Newport Beach, California, USA. Moser Baer played a very vital role in developing the next generation optical media (Blu-ray disc) as a contributing member to the world body. The company is now amongst a select few like Mitsubishi Kagaku Media Co Ltd, Fuji Photo Film Co Ltd, and Taiyo Yuden of Japan to have its technology approved by the prestigious Blu-ray Disc Association.
According to Ratul Puri, Executive Director, Moser Baer, “The development is part of our strategy to transform Moser Baer into a technology developer and innovator from a technology recipient.”
Having already established a first mover advantage in HD DVD-R format, the company has now extended its technology leadership position in the Blu-ray media as well. Moser Baer’s innovative use of a special disc structure using common materials will ensure that this will become a very cost effective solution for the industry.
This is expected to give the company a significant competitive edge in this next generation format race. Moser Baer’s pioneering work in the Low-to-High (L2H) recording technology for Blu-ray will help the company to further enhance its global leadership position. “In L2H format, other companies are working on the dye-based material while Moser Baer has adopted a new innovative approach based on Inorganic phase change material with its own patented technology,” said Mr. Giriraj Nyati, VP, Engineering & Technology, Moser Baer India.
Blu-ray recording technologies:
Low-to-high (L2H) and High-to-Low (H2L) are the two key recording technologies being used in the manufacture of the Blu-ray disc. While L2H essentially means transition of reflectivity from low to high upon laser irradiation, H2L refers to reflectivity transition from high-to-low after laser shining.
About Blu-ray Disc:
Blu-ray Disc is the next-generation optical disc format being developed for high-definition video and high-capacity software applications. A single-layer Blu-ray Disc will store up to 25 gigabytes of data and a double-layer Blu-ray Disc up to 50 gigabytes of data. Thus, the Blu-ray Disc stores up to five times content than is possible with current DVDs, and is particularly well suited for high definition feature films with extended levels of additional bonus and interactive material.
About Moser Baer India
Moser Baer, headquartered in New Delhi, India, was established in 1983. The Company has successfully developed cutting edge technologies for recordable optical media, constantly innovating and introducing new products and process. An emphasis on high quality products and services has enabled Moser Baer to emerge as one of India's leading technology companies, with more than 16.5% share of the global recordable optical media market. The company currently has over 5,000 full-time employees and has multiple manufacturing facilities in the suburbs of New Delhi, The company services it’s customers through 6 marketing offices and subsidiaries/affiliates in India, the US, Europe and Japan.
Certain statements in this release concerning future growth prospects involve risks and uncertainties, especially those relating to future industry outlook and our ability to manage growth and intense competition within the Industry. Actual market conditions and our performance may differ from our guidance. This estimate is based on current market trends. Among other factors, a sharp and sustained strengthening of the Indian Rupee and a significant weakening in global demand could adversely impact the company’s earnings.
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