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Inventors James Russell and the Compact Disk

James Russell invented the compact disk in 1965. James Russell was granted a total of 22 patents for various elements of his compact disk system.
However, the compact disk came into popularity when it was mass manufactured by Philips in 1980.

Compact Disk - History and Profile of James Russell

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Optical Disc
Computer Peripherals
Computers
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