CD-ROM server

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CD-ROM server

A CD-ROM reader designed for network use. It can be configured as a tower or jukebox. Towers contain several drives, and each drive holds one CD-ROM. Jukeboxes hold from a couple dozen to hundreds of discs, but have only a small number of drives. A robotic mechanism moves the discs to the drives as required. See CD-ROM changer.


CD-ROM Server
This is the transport mechanism of the Grundig GMS 3200 CD-ROM server. It can hold up to 200 CD-ROMs and six drives. (Image courtesy of Grundig Professional Electronics, GmbH.)
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"Customers no longer have to be concerned with mounting a large CD-ROM jukebox on their file server.
GORDIAN, a technical product development company, has announced that a new company has been formed to manufacture and market a 1,000-disc capacity network CD-ROM jukebox system.
Random Access Zone, for example, features 30 Pentium-based PCs linked to a 56-W CD-ROM jukebox and a server; if users need help or have a question, they can press the panic button to call a troubleshooter.
Your den or study PC could have a CD-ROM jukebox for reference, and a link to your office computer and databases.
A den or study PC could have a CD-ROM jukebox for reference and a link to an office computer and data base.
"Pioneer is recognized as one of the top CD-ROM jukebox manufacturers for the networking environment, and we appreciate the opportunity to work closely with them as new products are released to market," said Gal Almog, president and CEO of Ornetix.
Mountain Network Solutions has a new CD-ROM jukebox (Mountain CD7) that can accommodate seven discs simultaneously.
No longer do network administrators have to log every user off the system, down the server, and install software on the server and on each PC before a CD-ROM jukebox or tower can be connected to the network.
* Mount the index on a proprietary server and connect the server to an image CD-ROM jukebox. Patrons could search the database and get prints locally; or
For example, Pioneer currently produces a six-disc changer, a CD-ROM jukebox containing only a single drive, but that services up to six discs.
DISC's $50,000 entry into the CD-ROM jukebox market is a 6-foot by 9-foot box that can hold 722 discs and twenty-four drives.
The Toshiba drives are also available in the Todd TAJ2000 CD-ROM Jukebox. All of Todd's cabinets are designed to be networkable and offer the benefit of cross platform capability.