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Printing Options for CD/DVD and Blu-ray Discs™

On September 13th, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

Choosing a CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc™ printing method is one of the biggest factors in producing your own optical disc product.  There are a range of options each with benefits for image quality or economical running costs. Xpression Thermal Black monochrome prints that are durable and waterproof.    The printer utilizes low cost ribbon supplies and shiny silver..

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9,100,000,000 Times Denser than a Blu-ray Disc™

On September 5th, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

In the article “DNA: The Ultimate Hard Drive” in the August 17 issue of the journal “Science” written by molecular geneticist, George Church, and biological engineer, Sriram Kosuri, both from the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and biomedical engineer, Yuan Gao from Johns Hopkins University describe what could be the next data storage medium...

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Why use a Blu-ray duplicator to deliver your HD video?

On May 31st, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

Blu-ray discs have given new life to the realm of optical storage, offering unmatched video quality and a new range of potential features that helped the format become a favorite of major studios and carve out a following among consumers. However, the technology is considerably less friendly to smaller studios, with its high manufacturing costs..

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Year End Tax Strategy – Buying New Automated Disc Publishing Equipment

On December 22nd, 2011, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

New Equipment Some small businesses can write off the full cost of some assets (automated disc publishing equipment) in the year they buy them, rather than capitalizing them — deducting their cost over a number of years.  (See Nolo’s article Current vs. Capital Expenses for information on expenses that must be capitalized.) Section 179 of the..

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Solid State Drive vs Hard Disk Drive

On December 16th, 2011, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

Traditional Hard Disk Drive Solid state drives (SSD) are data storage devices that are used to store persistent data. In terms of function SSD’s serve the same purpose as your typical hard disk drive (HDD) but are much faster. The difference between solid state drives and hard disk drives is that hard disk drives are..

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