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August 19th, 2005

High NA Lenses (SIL) for Optical Data Storage

Abstract:
"This Lens is an exciting breakthrough and Element Six are proud to be participating in this new diamond technology that will enable mass storage of data for business and consumer applications. This is another example of a development of diamond processing technology on the nano-scale and proof of the versatility of diamond and Element Six being at the forefront of development", stated Christian Hultner the MD of Element Six.

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