|Media type||write once optical disc|
|Standard||DVD, Blu-ray disc|
|Developed by||Millenniata, Inc.|
|Extended from||DVD-R, BD-R|
Conventional DVD-R and BD-R use recording layers of organic dye and separate reflective layers. M-DISC uses a single inorganic recording layer, with a higher powered laser. Recorded discs are readable in conventional drives.
M-DISC developer Millenniata, Inc. was co-founded by BYU professors Barry Lunt and Matthew Linford, along with CEO Henry O'Connell and CTO Doug Hansen. The company was incorporated on May 13, 2010 in American Fork, Utah.
- "Final Report for Millenniata DVD Testing August 2009-October 2009", Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division. Retrieved 10 November 2009.
- Front Page
- See CD-R for an overview
- "Lite-On eBAU108 Product Information"Lite-On Corp. Retrieved 19 February 2014.
- "Millenniata Archiving Blu-ray M-Disc Available in Spring 2013" StorageNewsletter.com. Retrieved 10 January 2013.
- Barry Lunt Website
- Matthew Linford Website
- Douglas Hansen Biography
- "Springville company introduces new DVD to protect data for a thousand years or more"Daily Herald. Retrieved 17 July 2009.
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