How can DVD-R data survive long-term? JVC's ISO solution combines three products. First, an optical disc optimized for optimum long-term storage made in Japan. Second, a recorder that maintains an extremely low error rate of recording signal default characteristics. Lastly, an inspection device that precisely measures error rates. Combined, users can be absolutley assured of long-term data storage and retrieval by means of optical disc technology.
Long-term data storage will be realized by current industry users. Public documents and archived data from libraries as well as medical and pharmaceutical companies are just a few of the industries that stand to benefit from JVC's ISO solution.
If you find yourself asking "What is ISO?" ISO 10995 is the international standard currently set to test DVD+/-R/RW/RAM discs, which was established in April 2008 in Japan as the specified test method for estimating the archival lifetime of optical media. It specifies an accelerated aging test method for estimating the life expectancy for the retrievability of information stored on recordable or rewritable optical discs. In short, JVC's specialized optical disc created for long-term storage is the best there is on the market. Each disc is carefully constructed with a super silver alloy reflector, further enhancing its long-term storage capability.
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