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PRESS RELEASE: Pacific Digital COMDEX Media Alert
IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 29, 2002--You are invited to see these exciting new products from Pacific Digital at COMDEX:
MemoryFrame, THE WORLD'S FIRST USB DIGITAL PHOTO FRAME
The DiscStaQ RAID controller, the world's first enterprise ATA controller with tagged command queuing.
The latest in optical storage including future digital photo-frame products and 52x24x52 CD-RW USB and FireWire drives.
MemoryFrame is a stand-alone USB digital "picture frame." Users can transfer photos on-the-spot from a digital camera and instantly play them back in a continuous slideshow on MemoryFrame's active-matrix screen. MemoryFrame and the other new USB products will be featured in Pacific Digital booth # 2532-USB2 in the USB Pavilion.
Implementing the DiscStaQ RAID enterpise ATA controller in conjunction with IBM "Tag 'n Seek" Deskstar drives allows enterprise system builders to achieve the highest ATA benchmarks in the server industry. DiscStaQ will be demonstrated (Monday through Wednesday, by appointment only) in the Pacific Digital suite, Suite # 26001, at the Bellagio Hotel. Future digital picture-frame products and the latest optical storage products will also be demonstrated or previewed in the suite.
You are welcome to drop by our booth at anytime.
If you would like to schedule an interview or an appointment at the Bellagio suite, contact Mike Hope at 949-477-5112, ext. 211, or [email protected] During COMDEX, you can reach Mike Hope by cell phone at 310-293-2981 or Tony Tate at 949-678-2220.