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Showdown for Blu-Ray and HD-DVD
Consumer Electronics Association's bi-monthly magazine Vision spoke with Alan Parsons, the senior vice president of Pioneer's industrial solutions business group, about his take on the upcoming battle between two formats which aim to replace contemporary DVD technology.
Both Blu-Ray and HD-DVD discs enable HDTV reproduction because of their massive storage capacities. Using dual-layer techniques, HD-DVD can store as much as 30 gigabytes of data while a Blu-Ray disc can pack in a whopping 50 gigabytes. In the lab, techies already are working on several-layered discs that could allow more than 100 gigabytes of storage on one disc.
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