|ULTERA ANNOUNCES LOW-COST
ON-LINE CD MULTI-MASTERING SYSTEM
Burn 2, 3, or up to 12 or more masters
simultaneously on Windows, Mac, or UNIX platform
LAGUNA HILLS, CALIF., Oct. 12, 1998: Ultera Systems, known for
high-end tape mirroring and CD mastering equipment, today announced the CD-R MultiMaster2
for producing multiple master CDs on a low-cost platform.
MultiMaster2 operates on-line using any mastering software to
produce two or more master copies in the time it would take to record one. The product is
available as a standalone controller or bundled with from two to 12 CD recorders. The
controllers may be cascaded to drive as many recorders as necessary with no sacrifice in
speed. All drives can operate at their maximum write rate.
MultiMaster2 can be used with PC, Macintosh, or UNIX platforms with
a SCSI interface, and can operate with all popular CD recorders.
"On-line CD recording is especially efficient for financial
institutions which must make two or more copies of daily transactions, or for government
agencies which must save archival copies for 100 years" said Mo
president. "And on the other side of the spectrum, every 'copy' is actually an
original, and this can be very important for high-fidelity audio."
MultiMaster2 systems are priced from $2,495 for two-drive version up
to $11,995 for one with 12 recorders. Deliveries can begin immediately.
About Ultera Systems
Ultera Systems markets controllers for tape RAID, tape mirroring,
and CD-R multi-mastering under the trade names Striper, Imager, and MultiMaster.
The controllers may be purchased separately or with recorders, directly from Ultera or
from a number of well known integrators.
Ultera is located at 26052 Merit Circle, S.106, Laguna Hills, Calif.
For further information, call (949) 367-8800, email email@example.com or visit Ultera's web site at http://www.ultera.com..
Editor contact: Cindy Karch (949)367-8800
Ultera, Striper, Imager, and MultiMaster are
trademarks of Ultera Systems Inc. Macintosh and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple
Computer Corp. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corp. UNIX is a trademark of
the Open Group. Any other tradenames used are the property of their holders.
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