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BW: Tracer Technologies Announces Support for Panasonic's 9.4GB DVD-RAM in Linux, UNIX Environments

Jul 17, 2000, 20:16 (0 Talkback[s])

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"Tracer Technologies, Inc., a division of BakBone Software (TSE:BKB, OTCBB:BKBOF), and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. (NYSE:MC)(Panasonic) announced at DVD Pro 2000 today that Tracer's Magna software for DVD-RAM stand-alone drives and MagnaVault software for DVD jukeboxes will support the forthcoming release of Panasonic's second-generation rewritable DVD drives. MagnaVault optimizes the performance of the industry standard DVD-RAM drive while providing UNIX and Linux users with transparent access to 4.7GB (single-sided) and 9.4GB (double-sided) DVD-RAM media."

"An integral part of BakBone Software's Storage Management Initiative, Tracer Technologies offers a full range of data management solutions for corporate file, database and video server applications. The latest addition to Tracer's XFS file system suite, the Universal Disk Format (UDF) file system, provides a standardized means for interchanging a DVD-RAM file between heterogeneous operating systems."

"Tracer's MagnaVault, which includes a high-performance UNIX device driver and enhanced file system software for stand-alone DVD-RAM drives, is targeted for CAD/CAM/CAE applications, as well as graphics and video production where designers collaborate on projects."

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