within just a few days. Interesting note about ECD's hydrogen fuel cell technology. ECD's process does not include the use of precious metals like paladium or platnium. These process's can be fouled by pollutants. Also in an ENER fuel cell vehicle you don't need a battery. Also Texaco plans on outfitting its buildings with ECD's solar tech. That alone could be huge. Folks. We are on the verge.
Here is what the 10K (annual report) for 6/31/1999 has to say about DVD:
"In the field of information technology, the Company's Ovonic phase-change rewritable optical memory technology, already being used in CD-RW systems, has been chosen for use in the emerging DVD rewritable optical disk systems. The international standards for rewritable DVD media and systems, designed by major optical disk manufacturers, specify the use of the Company's phase-change optical memory technology. All significant manufacturers of phase-change optical memory storage media are licensees of the Company, and include Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. ("Matsushita/Panasonic"), Ricoh Company Limited ("Ricoh"), Sony Corporation ("Sony"), Toshiba Corporation ("Toshiba"), Asahi Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. ("Asahi"), Hitachi, Ltd. ("Hitachi"), Plasmon Limited ("Plasmon"), Toray Industries, Inc. ("Toray"), TDK Corporation ("TDK"), and Teijin, Limited ("Teijin").