DISC Announces Doubles Capacity DVD RAM Libraries

Wednesday Nov 14th 2001 by Network Storage Forum Staff
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Plans to lower the total cost per megabyte to under a penny in its DVD-RAM libraries

DISC Inc. , a manufacturer of automated solutions for enterprise storage, today announced a new feature for the NSM Series libraries it claims will double the storage capacity and lower the total cost per megabyte to under a penny in its DVD-RAM libraries.

Used in conjunction with double-sided media, Disc said this new Capacity Doubler(TM) has been tailored for using the modular design of the NSM Series DVD-RAM libraries.

"Customers that have purchased our modular design series have once again been rewarded by our commitment to this technology," stated Bob Riland, DISC's Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "All units in the field are upgradeable with the Capacity Doubler(TM) and new customers will be able to acquire our solutions for less than a penny per megabyte. The new Capacity Doubler(TM) will give customers storage capacities up to 5.2 terabytes of data in one of the industry's smallest footprints."

The Capacity Doubler(TM) will be available as an option for the NSM2000 and NSM3000 models and will be standard in the NSM4000 and NSM6000 models.

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