is an open, distributed architecture that optimizes data movement efficiency in SAN environments.
Legato says Celestra
can also work with Sun Microsystems Inc's StoreX Java storage management APIs: StoreX still requires the use of a data mover program plus a data manager application to manage the data mover.
, Excell, Reemay, Korma, Starweb, AQF, Securon, Terram, Typar, Softex, Sofspan, Webril, Novonette, Biobarrier, Bidim, Linopor, UltraFlo
Legato Systems Inc has launched Celestra
Power 1.5, a new version of its software that is designed to deliver serverless LAN-free backup of mission-critical data.
Consortium was formed to promote an open, integrated architecture for the effective movement and management of data within SAN environments.
BBA Nonwovens, Bloomfield Hills, MI, the third largest roll goods producer in the world, is highlighting its range of "Securon" and "Celestra
" nonwovens for medical applications.
" spunbonded polypropylene is a continuous fiber, fine denier, 100% polypropylene.
Historically, much of the market for internal construction fabrics was converted from wovens to nonwovens using off-quality spunbonded and needlepunched fabrics, primarily produced by DuPont ("Reemay" & "Typar"), Kimberly-Clark ("Evolution" and "Accord"), Crown-Zellerbach "Celestra
") and Phillips ("Duon").
Simpsonville, SC 29681 Telephone: 803-967-5600, 800-322-7424 Fax: 803-967-5674 Contact: Steve Fischer Location Of Plants: Cantonment, FL; Simpsonville, SC; Washougal, WA Manufacturing Processes: Spunbond, Melt Blown, Carded, Composites, Hydroentangled Fibers: Polypropylene, Nylon, Polyester, Rayon, Polyethylene, Bicomponents Weights: From less then 0.3 opsy to greater than 10 opsy Widths: From less than 10" to greater than 125" depending on process Brand Names: Polyweb, Cerex, Celestra
, PBN-II, Securon, Spectralon, Fibretex Major Markets: Filtration, Automotive, Home Furnishings, Medical, Dental, Hygiene (such as baby diapers, adult incontinence and feminine hygiene)
," the company's mainstay polypropylene spunbond, is used for diaper topsheets and leg cuffs, while "Cerex," Fiberweb's spunbonded nylon product, is used in hot oil filtration products and as a fiberglass support structure, taking advantage of nylon's heat resistance.
Main Street Simpsonville, SC 29681 (803) 967-5600; Fax: (803) 967-5674 Key Personnel: Roger Fehrman, president and CEO; Dennis Tavernetti, vice president-strategic development; Jim Posa, vice president, general manager-industrial and medical; Ed Thomas, director-R&D Plants: Simpsonville, SC (thermal bonded, spunlaced: semi-commercial, melt blown, spunbonded polypropylene); Pensacola, FL (spun-bonded nylon); Washougal, WA (spunbonded polypropylene) Processes: Thermal Bonded, Carded, Spunbonded, Melt Blown, Spunlaced Brand Names: Polyweb (melt blown), Cerex (spunbonded nvlon), Celestra
(spunbonded polypropylene), PBN-II (spunbonded nylon) Major Markets: Sanitary (diapers, adult incontinence, feminine hygiene), Medical, Industrial, Filtration
Brinkerhoff, vice president-manufacturing; Ed Thomas, director of R&D Plants: Simpsonville, SC (thermal bonded, spunlaced: semi-commercial, melt blown); Pensacola, FL (spunbonded nylon); Washougal, WA (spunbonded polypropylene) Processes: Thermal Bonded, Carded, Spunbonded, Melt Blown, Spunlaced Brand Names: Polyweb melt blown, Cerex spunbonded nylon, Celestra
spunbonded polypropylene, PBN-II Spunbonded Nylon Major Markets: Sanitary (diapers, adult incontinence, feminine hygiene), Medical, Industrial, Filtration, Wipes; markets Airtex air laid nonwovens for James River Corp.