(PRWEB) February 27, 2003
Robert Cox from Adaptec and Rafe VanDenBerg with Mike Sanor from Crucial Technology to be featured on this weekÂs LetÂs Talk Computers Â®
NASHVILLE, TN Â February 28, 2003 -- Guests from Adaptec and Crucial Technology will appear on radio talk show "Let's Talk Computers". Adaptec Inc. provides highly available storage access solutions that reliably move, manage and protect critical data and digital content. Crucial Technology, the world's leading online memory upgrade supplier, has been helping computer users get more life and performance from their computer systems for over six years. LetÂs Talk Computers ranks as one of the longest-running computer radio talk shows, and airs on multiple radio stations weekly - and 24 hours a day, seven days a week on the Internet.
Adaptec Inc.(NASDAQ:ADPT) storage solutions are found in high-performance networks, servers, workstations and are sold to ISPs, enterprises, medium and small businesses and consumers. Robert Cox, Marketing Manager for Adaptec's Storage Solutions Group, discusses Adaptec's new Ultra320 SCSI ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit). This new chip bolsters data transfer rates and minimizes the overhead of handling data and commands under the Ultra320 SCSI protocol. Adaptec's new family of Ultra320 SCSI controllers uses this chip to deliver 320 megabyte-per-second performance for everything from workstations to high-end enterprise computers. The controllers feature Adaptec's HostRAID technology to enhance system performance and uptime. Plus the cards support the Ultra160 SCSI, Ultra2 SCSI, and Ultra SCSI protocols.
As a division of Micron, one of the largest DRAM manufactures in the world, Crucial Technology gives computer users direct access to high-quality memory modules. The world's leading computer manufacturers install Micron modules in the systems they sell. In fact, Crucial is the only consumer memory upgrade supplier that is part of a major DRAM manufacturer. That means customers get high-quality memory that meets or exceeds the highest industry standards and undergoes rigorous testing. Crucial also offers a range of video cards to improve computer graphics performance as well as high-quality flash memory cards for digital cameras, digital audio players, handheld computers, and other electronic devices. Crucial offers over 95,000 upgrades for more than 19,000 desktops, notebooks, servers, printers, routers, and electronic devices through its Web site, Crucial.com. Besides offering a technically superior product, the company takes great care to provide the industry's best service and support. Guests, Director of Marketing Rafe VanDenBerg and Mike Sanor, Technical Support Manager discuss memory -- what it is and how much you need.
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