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InPhase Technologies is a technology company developing holographic storage devices and media. InPhase was spun out from Bell Labsmarker in 2000. Their technology eventually promises terabyte storage. In May 2008 the company was due to release their first reader, tapestry 300r, offering a storage capacity of 300 GB, with transfer rates of 20 MB/s in read write mode. However, the product was not released by this target date, marking the third time the company failed to release the reader on-time after previously setting release dates of late 2006, and then February 2007. As a result of these delays, InPhase was forced to cut a number of its workforce; currently there is no release date for the drive visible.

Future models are promised to reach 120 MB/s with capacities of 1.6 TB

InPhase Technologies currently holds the record for "highest commercial data storage" by achieving 515 Gbit per square inch. of media. Most recently the company broke the 1 terabyte benchmark.

In February 2008, InPhase Technologies was granted a joint patent with video game company Nintendo for a flexure-based scanner for angle-based multiplexing in a holographic storage system.

InPhase Technologies Group Inc.

InPhase shares its company name with a chiropractic practice management software company located in Rome, Georgia.

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