Picking up speed: CD-ROM networking solutions promise 54X to 120X delivery

Misek, Marla
January 1998
EMedia Professional;Jan1998, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p17
Academic Journal
Reports on companies that announced or released high-speed, high-performance CD-ROM networked storage solutions in October 1997. Cutting Edge's CD-RAIDStor line; Procom Technology's HyperCD 100X; Todd Enterprises Inc.'s MCD 54X module; REALM Information Technologies' REALM Universal S-I server.


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