GE still pushing holographic storage

Apparently, the GE product is designed for backwards compatibility with Blu-ray and DVD, keeping the drive cost lower and data rates faster than InPhase.  Details in the article below.

GE tries to refocus image of holographic storage • The Register

Currently holographic storage products inhabit a graveyard or deep freeze. InPhase is currently seemingly in hibernation – not dead but showing little sign of life – though with a late 2009 ship date coming for its troubled $18,000 Tapestry drive and $180 per CD-size disks. UDO developer Plasmon is dead and gone, with a slight phoenix possibility in the shape of its asset purchaser, AST.

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