20th October 2002 Archive
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NAS goes Vrooom
The Register's new Enterprise Storage Channel Formula 1 team British-American Racing (B.A.R) has bought 16TB of high performance storage from NAS specialist BlueArc. The $600,000 SiliconServer Si8000 system will store CADCAM files for B.A.R's designers, and goes live at the end of this month. Motor racing has become a major …
Media 20 Oct 2002, 23:16
Plays follow-the-leader with AOL
Freeserve has cut the cost of its broadband service to £27.99 a month it announced today but denies it's a knee-jerk reaction to recent price-cutting in the sector. The move to cut the cost of its service by £2 a month comes less than two weeks after rival AOL dropped the price of its broadband service from £34.99 a month to £ …
Broadband 20 Oct 2002, 23:30