Micronet Ups Capacity Of SANcube To 270GB

| Macworld/iWorld Expo
Micronet will be announcing on Wednesday, July 19th, that the SANcube will be getting a big bump in total capacity. The SANcube is Micronetis FireWire based Storage Area Network storage solution. The company is including a special offer from July 19th to July 31st, and will be showing the SANcube at this weekis MACWORLD Expo in New York. According to Micronet:

MicroNet has increased the capacities of all (4) current SANcube models, and is offering a "Free Gigabytes" special promotion, available July 19 through July 31, 2000.

The existing 90-270GB SANcubes will be available at increased capacities, at no additional charge, until July 31, 2000. These new capacities, available at original, lower-capacity prices, are as follows:

SRP-----------CAPACITY--------------------NUMBER OF USERS
$1499--------70GB is now 90GB---------single-user system
$2149--------100GB is now 135GB-----2 users
$2699--------150GB is now 180GB-----3 users
$3899--------220GB is now 270GB-----4 users

SANcube is MicroNetis award-winning, FireWire SAN (Storage Area Network)-- a serverless storage network designed to enhance workgroup productivity for digital content creators in the DV, multimedia, and prepress markets who collaborate on large video and image files on Power Mac G4, Power Mac G3, PowerBook, and iMac DV systems with built-in FireWire. SANcube provides extremely fast connectivity, up to 270GB online, and delivers up to 30MB/sec. data throughput - a transfer rate up to ten times faster than typical Macintosh-based 100baseT networks.

You can find more information on the SANcube at Micronetis Web site.

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