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November 7, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Archive Corp’s Ardat division says Silicon Graphics Inc has taken on the Archive Python SCSI DAT Digital Audio Tape drive for use in its new IRIS Indigo RISC personal computer, to enable the Indigo system to create good quality multimedia presentations. The Iris Indigo computer is shipping from $8,000.Also, Ardat Inc is now shipping a full line of Digital Data Storage – Data Compression Digital Audio Tape drives. The Archive Python DAT drive with data compression is available in 3.5, 5.25 and external form factors. New features include Flash EEPROM for on-site hardware upgrades and an optional 1Mb RAM. The 3.5 and 5.25 internal units are priced at from $1,250 in OEM quantities, and the external units with power supply start at $1,500.

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