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MacDrive 5 CrossStripe designed for Avid systems

updated 08:55 pm EST, Tue March 23, 2004

MacDrive 5 CrossStripe

Mediafour today announced for Avid Systems, software that enables users of Windows 2000- and Windows XP-based computers to transparently access Mac-formatted hard drive arrays. The product, based on Mediafour's award-winning MacDrive technology, enables Windows 2000 and Windows XP users to access Mac OS-formatted striped hard drive arrays created with AVIDdrive or ATTO ExpressStripe software. MacDrive CrossStripe ($250) provides high-speed, seamless read and write access to SCSI-, IDE-, FibreChannel-, USB- and FireWire-based drive arrays.

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