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IdealScanOS software, which indexes images as it scans them, now works on all
Ideal/Context scanners from Ideal Scanners and Systems Inc. of Rockville, Md.

The IdealScanOS provides index fields—File Name, Scan ID, Operator Names and Scan
Time—and lets users print scanned images directly to a large-image plotter.

The scanner saves information about documents printed from IdealScanOS in a printer

The $1,495 IdealScanOS software runs under Microsoft Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 with
Service Pack 3. It requires at least 16M of RAM.

Contact Ideal Scanners and Systems at 301-468-0123.

Banyan Intranet Protect, priced at $25 per user, secures information posted on intranet

The Web server software from Banyan Systems Inc. of Westborough, Mass., lets authorized
users log onto intranet pages with their StreetTalk names and passwords.

Intranet Protect can organize information either by content or by zones for particular
individuals or workgroups.

The software runs under NT Server 4.0 with Service Pack 3, Internet Information Server
and Banyan StreetTalk for Windows NT 7.5. Users can browse with Microsoft Internet
Explorer 3.0 or Netscape Navigator 3.0.

Contact Banyan Systems at 508-898-1000.

Cygnet Storage Solutions Inc. of San Jose, Calif., will integrate Hitachi America Ltd.
GF-1050 DVD-RAM drives into the Infinidisc jukebox, boosting maximum archive and backup
storage capacity to 1.3 terabytes.

Infinidisc CD jukeboxes shipped late this year will accept DVD-RAM drives in addition
to older CD-media drives.

The jukeboxes hold up to eight fully rewritable DVD-RAM drives and up to 500 DVD-RAM
single-sided disks. A four-drive configuration with 500 2.6G DVD-RAM disks will cost

The Infinidisc’s DVD-RAM drives can read any single-sided DVD-RAM disk or current
CD-ROM, CD-recordable, CD-rewritable or audio CD disk.

Contact Cygnet Storage at 408-954-1800.


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