USB 2.0, also called Hi-Speed USB, was released in April 2000. It was developed by the USB Promoter Group, a company led by Compaq, Hewlett-Packard (now Hewlett Packard Enterprise), Intel, Lucent Technologies, Microsoft, NEC Corp. and Philips. USB 2.0 features a most information transfer price of 480 Mbps. This boosted performance by as much… Read More

All of the video-primarily based player profiles (BD-Video) are required to have a full implementation of BD-J. Blu-ray Disc Video use MPEG transport streams, compared to DVD's MPEG program streams. An MPEG transport stream contains a number of MPEG program streams, so this permits multiple video programs to be saved in the same file to allow them … Read More

The best strategies utilized by information centres contain exploiting Raid technology where information is written throughout two or extra drives so any failure of a single drive means it can be changed (the drive) and the data copied back from the remaining working drive. For the house person, the process is to repeat off complete drives to new o… Read More

1,000 years from now, assuming the planet hasn't been nuked into a lump of carbon, you can have your self revived, pull out the M-DISCs and reader you cleverly saved in your hermetic chamber, and take a look at your discs in the event that they have not all disintegrated. Then you can obtain whatever time-travel gadget is currently stylish, return … Read More

M-Disc launched four.7GB DVD discs, which are suitable for archiving paperwork and perhaps your most treasured photographs, last 12 months. For video or other larger information, the just lately released 25GB and 100GB BD-R, in addition to the soon-to-be-launched (Q3) 50GB BD-R discs should take care of business. As BD-R HTL was a part of the Blu-r… Read More