AudioDev is the world-leading supplier of test solutions for all optical media, from established premastered and recordable CDs and DVDs to the new blue laser optical media such as HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc.
With a large installed base of analyzers worldwide and being the choice of disc manufactures as well as more than 80 percent of drive manufacturers and material suppliers, AudioDev has a unique position in the optical media industry. AudioDev is the de-facto standard in optical media testing. We create a universal language for all the actors in the optical media industry.
We offer a unique package that includes high-precision analyzers under the brand name CATS, fast efficient process control testers under the brand name Go!, and customized technical training, extensive worldwide service and independent media testing through our TestCenters. Our products are perfect tools for protecting quality and production stability. Our head office is situated in Malmö, Sweden, and we have subsidiaries in USA, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, as well as a service and support network of agents worldwide.
AudioDev’s customers include all of the world’s major media manufacturers, such as Cinram, CMC, Microsoft, Moser Baer India, Panasonic, Pioneer, Ritek Corp. and Technicolor.
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