PoINT Software & Systems Announces PoINT Jukebox Manager Version 3.0

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PoINT Software & Systems Announces PoINT Jukebox Manager Version 3.0


PoINT Software & Systems GmbH has announced the latest version of its jukebox management software, PoINT Jukebox Manager version 3.0. With disc-storage systems of all types gaining support in many markets, PoINT Jukebox Manager version 3.0 supports CD, CD-R, DVD-ROM, and DVD-RAM jukeboxes. Version 3.0 also handles multi-drive jukeboxes with mixed-drive configurations. The availability of PoINT Jukebox Manager version 3.0 means that reliable CD/DVD technology for data access and recording is now readily applicable to network storage solutions, according to the announcement.

The new PoINT Jukebox Manager offers a number of key features that allow for more effective management of the jukebox storage system:

* Transparent read/write capabilities in networks--Version 3.0 enables truly transparent read/write operations. Accessed via a single drive letter, the enormous storage capacity of a DVD-RAM jukebox is accessible to the network.

* Virtual media management--For CD-DVD read-only media, version 3.0 allows you to store the complete CD/DVD contents on hard disk and then to export the cached media from the jukebox. This improves data-access performance and virtually extends the capacity of the jukebox. …

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