Sony and Panasonic Join Hands to Launch a 300 GB Optical Disc

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How much storage do we really need? That’s a question Sony and Panasonic are asking right now. If you are one of those rare people who find Blu-rays insufficient and DVDs completely unacceptable then you’ll probably be thrilled by this news: both the companies have partnered together to create CDs with incredibly-high storage capacities 300 GB to be honest.

The Optical Disc should be released in 2015. The new format will of course be targeted towards businesses and other professionals, who’ll need modes for backing-up the data. We already know some formats which have the capability to hold data of up to 1 terabyte. Compared to that, the dual-layer Blu-ray discs of today can hold data of up to 50 GB.

see more detail here: http://pakistanblogs.com/sony-and-panasonic-join-hands-to-launch-a-300-gb-optical-disc/

And while the idea sounds pleasing, will the new product take over the market in 2015? Considering the fact that most of the biggest tech companies including Microsoft, Google and Apple are moving towards cloud solutions and storage options, the idea of going back to the CD might feel absurd 2 years later.

source via http://pakistanblogs.com/sony-and-panasonic-join-hands-to-launch-a-300-gb-optical-disc/

Another new born 'TECH WRITER' jumped in the forum to promote his so called technical blog. This place is getting messy day by day. To all Tech Writers please stop re-posting NEWS from the internet here, we'll search whatever we want to know. We don't need you PROFESSIONAL GUIDANCE Please.

@Mods Please make a new Section as TECH WRITERS Play Area where they can keep experimenting their promotions, otherwise this forum gonna lose its real purpose. Thank you.

^ nuff said.. :)

@M.Ilyas

Nice article..good to know someone is contributing.....rahter than trolling..

I get what you feel by going back to CDs....I have 1TB HDD and I download/install/run all of my games on it....my DVD player is mostly used for copying weddind dvds for backup...so really its a bit weird that they would still opt for optical discs when people are truly going for cloud or online-file solutions...

i dont have a dvd drive for past 2 years..:)

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@M.Ilyas

Nice article..good to know someone is contributing.....rahter than trolling..

I get what you feel by going back to CDs....I have 1TB HDD and I download/install/run all of my games on it....my DVD player is mostly used for copying weddind dvds for backup...so really its a bit weird that they would still opt for optical discs when people are truly going for cloud or online-file solutions...

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Thank you

[quote=“deffury, post:4, topic:19880”]

Nice article..good to know

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thanks

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M llyas your all post is very nice and very helpful information. This optical disc is azamaing latest technolgy.

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super iformations

M llyas your all post is very nice and very helpful information. This optical disc is azamaing latest technolgy.

Ilove it our all.

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Thanks for appreciating my post

Hmm... surprisingly, i too didn't knew anything about this yet. So thank you for sharing your article. Information is useful, it doesn't matter where or who it comes from.

how much it is

[quote=“shaziaking, post:8, topic:19880”]

super iformations

M llyas your all post is very nice and very helpful information. This optical disc is azamaing latest technolgy.

Ilove it our all.

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Thanks buddy

To trust that much data to a frail scratch-prone disc... :wacko:

Still cheaper and space saving than buying external HDDs at 2tb just to backup 1.5TB..

and you can make multiple disks as further safety

just imagine though... writing 500GB data at 4x (for reliability) write speed... :wacko: :wacko:

Will it be scratch free,its the main concern.

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i dont have a dvd drive for past 2 years.. :)

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Ladduu baant :lol:

^ Be relevant or ST.FU..

PHUCK OFF I'd say :rolleyes: