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April 25, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Western Digital Corp, Irvine, California and Columbia Data Products Inc of Altamonte Springs, Florida have joined forces to introduce a microprocessor-based Fasst hard disk and tape drive controller board line for AT-alike machines: claimed to achieve a host data transfer rate of over 5Mbytes-per-second via parallel processing techniques, the direct memory acces controllers are designed for applications such as database and computer-aided design, and for machines running Xenix and Unix; the 7000-Fasst is out now in the US with SCSI interface; no price was given.

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