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March 7, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Cygnet Systems Inc, making high capacity, high performance optical disk jukeboxes in Sunnyvale, California, has introduced JIMS Jukebox Interface Management System software that enables the Series 1800 jukebox systems to be run from a Unix or Xenix machine. JIMS is described as providing a simple, high-level interface between any host application and a Cygnet jukebox. Written in C, JIMS will first be available for the Sun Microsystems Sun-3, but versions for Xenix System V, and BSD4.2 and 4.3, and DEC VMS, are planned. The Series 1800 supports up to five drives and can handle up to 141 12 double-sided disks 366Gb.

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