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The DataFORCE 800R is a CD/DVD-ROM appliance that provides up to 2 TB of RAID5 protected storage and data access 220 times faster than optical media. Supporting Windows, Macintosh, Linux, UNIX and Novell NetWare, it offers seamless integration into heterogeneous network environments, connects all users on the network via 10/100/ 1000 BaseT Ethernet, and allows cross-platform access and file sharing of thousands of CDs or hundreds of DVDs. Additionally, multiple CDs and DVDs can be mounted under a single Windows drive letter. The DataFORCE 800R enables CD recording over the network, creation on the hard drive of a virtual copy of the CD image for enhanced data protection, CD and DVD caching from any workstation on the network, and writable partitions for individual users' data. To eliminate single points of failure and facilitate reliability, it features hot-swappable power supplies, fans and hard drives. Procom Technology Inc., Irvine, Calif.

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Date:May 1, 2004
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