Doesn't ring a bell off the top of my head, no. Then again, I've seen so much media in the past couple of decades that it's really hard to keep track of the minor players. I'm most familiar with the discs that are still in wallets, on spindles, or in the testing piles -- most of it from the bigger and medium manufacturers.
A cursory look at Google shows it to be KDG Mediatech AG, made in Austria.
kdg mediatech (Elbigenalp, Austria, +43 (0) 5634-500; Parc d'Activités, France, +33 (0) 3 29 58 40 70).
I will say that I'm pretty dubious about smaller manufacturers and unknown media, in general. If it burns like crap, I'm not surprised. If it works well, then that's when it gets interesting -- Infomedia, for example, that pepst was talking about in another thread I was just reading.
If the content is important, make another copy on good Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim discs --- and then consider an archival ISO file on a hard drive, too.