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Toshiba buys into Optware's holographic storage plans

Marc Perton

Optware Holographic Versatile CardOptware, the company working to develop terabyte-class holographic discs, has received an influx of capital from Toshiba, which should give it a boost as it gears up to get its first generation of next generation discs (which will have a mere 100-200GB of capacity) to market. Of course, we're sure this means that Sony is inevitably going to invest in Optware competitor InPhase, guaranteeing that the format wars for next-next-gen storage and media platforms will continue just about forever. Makes sense, if you think about it.

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