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Our definition of a CD/DVD ROM tower describes a unit that comprises:

  • A power cable for connection to a power source;
  • A SCSI interface cable for connection to a host computer;
  • One or more individual CDROM or DVD readers, writers, or combination of those;

and may additionally (as per user requirements) be accompanied by:

  • Uninteruptable Power Supply (UPS) as a separate functional unit;

that is assembled and configured in such a manner, that when connected to a host computer with the appropriate software and configuration, multiple users can have either read, or write or both read and write access to multiple CDROM at the same time. (MANY users access MANY CDROM SIMULTANEOUSLY -- MMS) The CDROM tower itself shall not be able to provide these services without the host computer.

Note that CDROM Towers are not necessarily contained within one enclosure. CSU offers a flexible line of fully reconfigurable 19" rack modules for maximum scalability and superior performance as well as stand-alone units - order on-line for greater savings!

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