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Old January 28th 04, 02:18 AM
Allen Jaffee
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Default Verticle Storage Enclosure, Availability



Good Day.

Does anyone know of a rack enclosure that is supports SCSI
bus of Ultra 80 & maybe even 160.
Around 6 verticle (on end) bays (comparable to the IBM
3519). 4U in height.
I'm looking to update my enclosure for faster drives. To
include @ least 6 vertical bays.

TIA.
Al


 




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