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AcronymDefinition
CD ROMCompact Disk Read Only Memory
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The ultra-fast CD ROM drives deliver a 50 percent improvement in simultaneous data transfer throughput of compact disc databases, compared to older commonly used 8X-speed drives.
According to a recent Meridian Data survey, 74 percent of Fortune 1000 companies currently use CD ROM technology to deliver data over their internal networks, and 40 percent of IT professionals currently are delivering, or plan to deliver, CD ROM-based information via intranets.
CD Net Tools is the industry's first CD ROM performance monitoring tool to integrate with Novell's Managewise system management console.
Designed to fit standard 19-inch equipment racks, the CD Net 800-R servers provide modular expansion of CD ROM networking resources using off-the-shelf cabinetry.
These features are important not only to diagnose the network, but to generate equipment and CD ROM license justification reports.
7x-speed CD ROM drives put CD technology squarely on the video server roadmap, especially when coupled with emerging LAN technologies such as 100-Mbit/sec Ethernet," said Jeff Hill, product manager at Meridian Data.
It allows the administrator to see an unlimited number of CD ROM drives and establish disc/user share points on multiple servers from one remote Windows-based PC -- an industry first.
We're pleased that Meridian Data is delivering this increased CD ROM functionality for NetWare, which is the backbone of the corporate network," said Richard King, senior vice president and general manager of SOHO network services at Novell.
Dataware's high-performance, multi-platform and multi-lingual software and services enable customers -- including publishers, corporations, government agencies, law firms and universities -- to manage and distribute information on CD ROM, online and the Internet.