Originally posted by ck42
I want to buy some of the MAM-E Pro gold CDRs for long term picture storage but can’t seem to find anyone who sells them.
In the US of A those are called [COLOR=blue]MAM-A . ‘E’ stands for Europe, accordingly ‘A’ - can you guess ?
MAM-A Inc. was founded in March 1996 for the production and sales of recordable compact discs. Its 50,000 sq. ft. plant is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado where the CD-R media is manufactured in a state-of-the-art clean room environment. The MAM GOLD discs uses Mitsui Chemical’s patented dye and has a characteristic gold color. This combination of dye and pure gold provide superior longevity, high-speed writing and quality recording up to 52X. MAM-A has earned a reputation in North America for producing the highest quality (professional grade) recordable media available.
MAM manufactures CD-R media in 650 MB and 700 MB capacities, with reflective surfaces of silver or gold. DVD-R media is manufactured in 4.7 GB capacities. MAM operates two manufacturing facilities worldwide for the production of CD-R and DVD-R media. Facilities are located in Colorado, USA, and in Alsace France.
MAM-A is a subsidiary of Computer Support Italcard (CSI) of Milan Italy, a leader in the production of CD-r, DVD-R, micro floppy disc, paper products, CD-ROM and CD-Audio. CSI was created in 1997 through a fusion between two companies, Computer Support Italy and Italcard. Italcard was a market leader in the production of listing forms for printers born in 1975. The 150,000 sq. ft. facility at Milan, Italy employs approximately 320.
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