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LinuxPR: Atipa Extends Product Line With New File Servers

Aug 10, 2000, 21:01 (0 Talkback[s])

"User-friendly products are upgradeable and affordable; Include award-winning BRU backup."

"Atipa Corporation, a leading provider of end-to-end Linux and open source solutions, today unveiled the new File Server and File Server Plus as the latest additions to its Product Solution Series of scalable, easy-to-use products. The entry-level and mid-range file servers are feature-rich yet affordable, and can be integrated into Linux, Windows, or Unix platforms. Pre-configured for easy installation, the file servers are upgradeable to allow customers to add processing, memory, or storage capabilities to meet their business requirements."

"The File Server and File Server Plus also feature a pre-installed internal tape backup system powered by BRU, the leading Linux backup solution for networked applications. Voted "Best Backup" in the Linux Journal Reader's Choice Award for four consecutive years and the "LinuxWorld Show Favorite", BRU is feature-rich and trusted by customers for its outstanding reliability, flexibility, speed, and ease of use."

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