MicroNet Announces Compatibility With Mac OS X

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<p><strong>Torrance, Calif. &mdash; Dec. 26</strong><br />MicroNet Technology, a provider of storage solutions, certified the compatibility of MicroNet/Fantom Drives products with Apple&#39;s Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. The following products are fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.5:<br /><br />&bull;    Fantom Drives Titanium II family<br />&bull;    Fantom Drives G-Force Megadisk USB, Triple Interface, eSATA+USB<br />&bull;    Fantom Drives G-Force SCSI and FCAL RAID Arrays<br />&bull;    Fantom Drives Titanium Mini<br />&bull;    MicroNet SR4<br />&bull;    MicroNet PlatinumRAID (All models)<br /><br />Behzad Esghieh, CEO of MicroNet Technology, said, “This is just a part of our ongoing commitment to the Mac community.” MicroNet Technology, the first manufacturer of disk arrays for the Mac platform, opened its doors in 1988.  Today MicroNet remains a leader in storage technology for the Mac platform, with customers working in graphic design, digital prepress, audio and video professions.<br /><br />As part of the support for the OS, all of the above Fantom Drives and MicroNet USB, Firewire and eSATA drives are compatible with Time Machine, the new backup suite coming with Mac OS X 10.5.  Joe Trupiano, director of marketing for MicroNet Technology, spoke candidly on the subject of Time Machine, “Backup is the most important role of a storage product; there&#39;s no warranty in the world that will cover your memories.”<br /><br />For customers looking for continuous backup functionality over the network, Fantom Drives also offers the NTI Shadow software, which allows real-time, continuous backup in addition to scheduled backup to virtually any storage device, and is fully compatible with Leopard, as well. </p>

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