CMC Magnetics Corporation

Taoyuan, Taiwan

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News Article | December 5, 2016
Site: www.newsmaker.com.au

Future Market Insights (FMI), delivers key insights on the global recordable optical disc market in its latest report titled, “Recordable Optical Disc Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2015 - 2025”. According to the report, the recordable optical disc market is expected to demonstrate a CAGR of -5.6% during the forecast period and reach 4,224 Mn units by 2025. Wide-ranging product types such as CD, DVD and Blu-Ray Disc are products that cater to large data storage demands across numerous industries thus generating a desirable market for recordable optical discs. Optical discs market is segmented by end user industries/sectors/markets such as media industry, healthcare, educational institutes and others (banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), manufacturing industries, telecom sector, IT and transportation sectors). Globally, demand for recordable optical discs is declining at a rapid rate; however, cutting-edge innovation along with increasing awareness about data security and storage are expected to boost the demand for advanced optical discs in the near future. According to an FMI analyst “Global demand for optical storage disc market is declining due to the rapid adoption of new technologies such as cloud storage, Internet of Things (IoT) and Video on Demand (VOD). However, globally, increasing demand for archival solutions and positive outlook for the media and entertainment industry is expected to create significant demand for recordable optical discs in the near future.” The analyst added that major players in the recordable optical disc market are dedicated to invest into research and development (R&D) activities. This investment is majorly focused on product advancement that can be used for storing large amounts of data for longer durations. From a regional perspective, North America was the largest market for recordable optical disc, accounting for 41.4% market share in 2014. This region continues to dominate the market and the trend is expected to continue over the forecast period. Among countries, Japan and China are projected to play important roles due to the presence of key players. From end-user perspective, the media industry is projected to show a CAGR of -4.3% in terms of volume, during the forecast period. Increasing demand for archival solutions, the media and entertainment industry presents a positive market opportunity for the recordable optical discs. Factors driving the recordable optical disc market are increasing consumer inclination towards recording HD broadcasts, growing demand for content protection and widening applications of the optical discs. However, stiff competition from other media storage devices and cloud-based storage services and high raw material costs restrain the growth of this market. The global recordable optical disc market is segmented on the basis of region, product type and end-users. Product type includes CD, DVD and BD. CD is further sub-segmented into CD-R (audio type and data type) and CD-RW. DVD is sub-segmented into DVD-R and DVD-RW. DVD-R is further sub-segmented into DVR-R DL (DVD-R DL 2P, DVD-R DL IS) and DVD-R SL. On the basis of end-users, the market is segmented into media industry, healthcare, educational institutes and others (manufacturing industry, telecom, BFSI, etc.). Key regions covered in the report include North America, Latin America, Western Europe (EU5), Eastern Europe, APEJ, Japan and the Middle East & Africa. The report analyses the global recordable optical disc market in terms of value (US$ Mn) and volume (Mn Units) by region, product type and by end-user, delivering deep insights regarding market dynamics, value chain, competitive landscape, current trends, market estimations and forecast. Key market participants covered in the report include Sony Corporation, Fujifilm Holdings Corporation, Taiyo Yuden Co., Ltd., Hitachi Maxell Ltd., Imation Corp., CMC Magnetics Corporation, RITEK Corporation, Moser Baer India Limited, Falcon Technologies International L.L.C. and Singulus Technologies.


News Article | November 23, 2016
Site: www.newsmaker.com.au

Future Market Insights (FMI), delivers key insights on the global recordable optical disc market in its latest report titled, “Recordable Optical Disc Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2015 - 2025”. According to the report, the recordable optical disc market is expected to demonstrate a CAGR of -5.6% during the forecast period and reach 4,224 Mn units by 2025. Wide-ranging product types such as CD, DVD and Blu-Ray Disc are products that cater to large data storage demands across numerous industries thus generating a desirable market for recordable optical discs. Optical discs market is segmented by end user industries/sectors/markets such as media industry, healthcare, educational institutes and others (banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), manufacturing industries, telecom sector, IT and transportation sectors). Globally, demand for recordable optical discs is declining at a rapid rate; however, cutting-edge innovation along with increasing awareness about data security and storage are expected to boost the demand for advanced optical discs in the near future. According to an FMI analyst “Global demand for optical storage disc market is declining due to the rapid adoption of new technologies such as cloud storage, Internet of Things (IoT) and Video on Demand (VOD). However, globally, increasing demand for archival solutions and positive outlook for the media and entertainment industry is expected to create significant demand for recordable optical discs in the near future.” The analyst added that major players in the recordable optical disc market are dedicated to invest into research and development (R&D) activities. This investment is majorly focused on product advancement that can be used for storing large amounts of data for longer durations. From a regional perspective, North America was the largest market for recordable optical disc, accounting for 41.4% market share in 2014. This region continues to dominate the market and the trend is expected to continue over the forecast period. Among countries, Japan and China are projected to play important roles due to the presence of key players. From end-user perspective, the media industry is projected to show a CAGR of -4.3% in terms of volume, during the forecast period. Increasing demand for archival solutions, the media and entertainment industry presents a positive market opportunity for the recordable optical discs. Factors driving the recordable optical disc market are increasing consumer inclination towards recording HD broadcasts, growing demand for content protection and widening applications of the optical discs. However, stiff competition from other media storage devices and cloud-based storage services and high raw material costs restrain the growth of this market. The global recordable optical disc market is segmented on the basis of region, product type and end-users. Product type includes CD, DVD and BD. CD is further sub-segmented into CD-R (audio type and data type) and CD-RW. DVD is sub-segmented into DVD-R and DVD-RW. DVD-R is further sub-segmented into DVR-R DL (DVD-R DL 2P, DVD-R DL IS) and DVD-R SL. On the basis of end-users, the market is segmented into media industry, healthcare, educational institutes and others (manufacturing industry, telecom, BFSI, etc.). Key regions covered in the report include North America, Latin America, Western Europe (EU5), Eastern Europe, APEJ, Japan and the Middle East & Africa. The report analyses the global recordable optical disc market in terms of value (US$ Mn) and volume (Mn Units) by region, product type and by end-user, delivering deep insights regarding market dynamics, value chain, competitive landscape, current trends, market estimations and forecast. Key market participants covered in the report include Sony Corporation, Fujifilm Holdings Corporation, Taiyo Yuden Co., Ltd., Hitachi Maxell Ltd., Imation Corp., CMC Magnetics Corporation, RITEK Corporation, Moser Baer India Limited, Falcon Technologies International L.L.C. and Singulus Technologies.


Patent
Cmc Magnetics Corporation | Date: 2012-09-14

The invention relates to a multi-functional label slide, particularly to a label slide adapted to be marked by means of laser induction, thermal induction or ink-jet process. The label slide comprises a substrate wherein at least one area is formed as a mark area. The mark area at least comprises the following structure: a first label layer formed on at least one side of the mark area and a second label layer formed on one side of the first label layer opposite to the substrate. Therefore, the label slide of the invention can be marked by at least two marking ways mentioned above.


Patent
Cmc Magnetics Corporation | Date: 2010-06-07

An optical recording media includes a substrate, a cap layer opposite to the substrate, at least one first stacked recording structure, at least one second stacked recording structure, and a space layer. The first stacked recording structure including a first recording layer disposed between the substrate and the cap layer and a reflective layer disposed between the substrate and the first recording layer is disposed between the substrate and the cap layer. The second stacked recording structure including a second recording layer disposed between the substrate and the cap layer and an Nb_(2)O_(5 )interface layer disposed between the substrate and the second recording layer is disposed between the substrate and the cap layer. The spacer layer is disposed between the first and second stacked recording structures, the first stacked recording structures, and the second stacked recording structures. One of the first stacked recording structures is disposed directly on the substrate.


Trademark
Cmc Magnetics Corporation | Date: 2015-12-07

Blank optical disc for the recordal of computer programs, blank recordable optical discs, blank optical data carriers, blank optical disc, Compact discs featuring music, blank digital versatile discs (DVD), blank magneto-optical discs, blank optical data media, blank compact discs; compact disc cases.


Patent
Cmc Magnetics Corporation | Date: 2012-11-30

An optical recording medium is equipped with a light transmitting layer to have visual effects. Patterns with different visual effects can be printed on the upper and low surfaces of the light transmitting layer. Alternatively, visual effects can be presented by directing light out of an upper light grating from a low printing layer. The optical recording medium can not only record information but also present visual effects.


Patent
CMC Magnetics Corporation | Date: 2012-03-28

A recordable optical recording medium having inorganic films prepared by sputter coating is disclosed. The recordable optical recording medium includes a substrate; one or more film stacked structures sequentially formed on a surface of the substrate to respectively function as an independent recording layer structure and include from top to bottom a reflective film, an upper dielectric film, one or more recording films, a lower dielectric film and a barrier film; an interlayer separating layer located between two adjacent film stacked structures to isolate them from each other; and a ZrO_(2)-based interface film additionally formed in each of the film stacked structures between the reflective film and the upper dielectric film. With these arrangements, the recordable optical recording medium can have improved environmental resistance and optimized electrical characteristics.


Patent
Cmc Magnetics Corporation | Date: 2012-09-12

A recording apparatus characterized in that comprising a firmware configured to execute the following operation: performing a recording operation onto a rewritable optical recording medium with a recording speed selected from one of a plurality of recording speeds for an one-time optical recording medium; wherein the recording layer of the rewritable optical recording medium comprises at least four elements from Ge, In, Sb, Te, and Sn, wherein the component proportion of Sb/Te is ranged from 3 to 8, and the thickness of the recording layer is ranged from 3 nm to 25 nm.


Patent
Cmc Magnetics Corporation | Date: 2012-08-09

An optical effect disc, has a transparent substrate and a surface optical structure, and an optical recording media combining the optical effect disc. The surface optical structure may be a computer-generated hologram optical structure or a micro-lens array structure for showing the effect of brightening or peep prevention, or a diffraction gating structure for achieving a three-dimensional visual effect. The optical effect disc or the optical recording media may include an image forming layer for forming an image to be shown by the optical effect disc with corresponding visual effect. The optical effect disc or the optical recording media may include an adhesive layer for attaching the optical effect disc to the optical recording media.


Patent
Cmc Magnetics Corporation | Date: 2012-09-14

The invention relates to a multi-functional label sticker, particularly to a sticker suitable to be marked by means of laser induction process, thermal induction process or ink-jet process, and suitable to be used on any object to be labeled. The sticker comprises a substrate, an adhesion layer formed on a side of the substrate, a release paper attached to a side of the adhesion layer opposite to the substrate, a laser induction ink layer provided on the other side of the substrate, an ink-jet layer or thermal induction ink layer provided on the laser induction ink layer opposite to the substrate. Thus, the sticker of the invention can be marked by at least two different marking means, i.e., laser induction and thermal induction manner, or laser induction and ink-jet coating manner.

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