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Asaca to Demo 33TB Blue Laser Optical Storage LibraryOptical storage library utilizes cartridge-free media (November 23, 2004)
On Sunday, November 28th at this year’s RSNA in Chicago, IL, Asaca Corporation, a leading developer of high-capacity, high-performance data storage solutions, will introduce the world’s first blue laser optical storage library incorporating bare media from Sony Electronics at Booth #4338.
This latest addition to Asaca’s family of TeraCart optical libraries, the TeraCart PD is based on a new Professional Disc for DATA technology from Sony, utilizing cartridge-free media for scaleable capacities ranging from 2TB to over 33TB in a single library while requiring no more than a four square foot of floor space.
Offering 9MB/sec. write speeds and 11MB per second read, the Sony ProDATA media can store up to 23.3GB of data or the equivalent of up to 2,300 x-ray images (at 10MB per image) onto durable, random access media.
Founded in 1971, the ASACA/ShibaSoku Corporation has its US headquarters in Golden, Colorado. A leading developer of high-capacity, high-performance data storage solutions, the company is focused on serving broadcast and data storage markets worldwide.
Asaca can be found online at: www.asaca.com
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