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CD-ROM Tower Provides Instant Access to 8 Million Pages of Online Information

Magazine article Information Today

CD-ROM Tower Provides Instant Access to 8 Million Pages of Online Information

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Protege Corporation of Anaheim, California, has introduced a new 21-bay CD-ROM tower that allows network users to execute highly specific searches of up to 8 million pages of information at the touch of a key. Ideal for networks that require large amounts of online information , the ProTower-21 accommodates double, triple, or quad speed drives, stores over 13 GB of online information, and supports an infinite number of workstations running DOS, Windows, Netware, and OS/2.

The Protower-21 provides every workstation on the network with instant access to information such as archival records, reference materials, and judicial rulings. Plus, the Protower-21 allows multiple users to simultaneously access the same disc; eliminating the need for expensive duplicate discs.

Available with a wide range of network compatible CD server software, the Protower-21 provides the integration flexibility necessary to meet virtually any requirement. Based on the CD server software selected, the Protower-21 can be configured for attachment at a workstation on a small LAN with a small number of titles, or near the server of a large LAN where here every user needs access. …

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