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Progress toward the commercial realization of high performance holographic data storage
Author(s): K. Curtis; K. Anderson; E. Fotheringham; S. Weaver; B. Ihas; A. Hill; Lisa Dhar; William L. Wilson
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Paper Abstract

The promise of using volume holography to deliver high performance optical storage systems is at hand. The possibility of extremely large storage capacities and fast transfer rates make holographic storage ideal for high performance video applications. An overview of advances at InPhase Technologies is presented. Progress toward high-density implementations as well as the development of a functional prototype is presented. These systems are the first fully functional holographic recordable drives developed. Their development paves the way for the commercialization of this technology.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 September 2005
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 5939, Organic Holographic Materials and Applications III, 59390B (1 September 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.617575
Show Author Affiliations
K. Curtis, InPhase Technologies (United States)
K. Anderson, InPhase Technologies (United States)
E. Fotheringham, InPhase Technologies (United States)
S. Weaver, InPhase Technologies (United States)
B. Ihas, InPhase Technologies (United States)
A. Hill, InPhase Technologies (United States)
Lisa Dhar, InPhase Technologies (United States)
William L. Wilson, InPhase Technologies (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5939:
Organic Holographic Materials and Applications III
Klaus Meerholz, Editor(s)

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