Colorado Memory joins DAT backup fray

Schroeder, Erica
August 1993
PC Week;8/16/93, Vol. 10 Issue 32, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on Colorado Memory Systems Inc.'s introduction of PowerDAT for network backup users. Data compression capacity; Data-transfer rate; Support for the Media Recognition System; Availability; Trade-off between form factor; Colorado Backup for DOS; Network supported.


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