InPhase: This time – for sure!

Been waiting for this product to arrive for so long, now, that we’re calling it Godot.  The only bright spot for InPhase launching its new, untested kit in the middle of the second great depression is that its only serious rival, Plasmon, has already succumbed.

InPhase might ship holographic storage this year? • The Register

InPhase Technologies CEO Nelson Diaz has broken his silence over the company’s much-delayed holographic drive saying it would ship later this year.

There had been fears that Longmont, Colorado-based InPhase could sink without trace because of the recession as it has been plagued with delay after delay in the development and bringing to production of its 300GB Tapestry drive.

Published in: on February 3, 2009 at 9:50 pm  Leave a Comment  

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