Bernoulli Box

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Bernoulli Box

An early computer disk onto which one could store several megabytes of memory. It was introduced in the 1980s and was made largely obsolete with the introduction of Zip drives in the mid-1990s. Bernoulli Boxes resembled floppy disks.
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International Trade Commission against Nomai and Iomega in an attempt to stop the defendants from entering the compatible cartridge market.
Mondosoft, a pioneer in Enterprise Search and Behavior Analytics, today announced that the European division of Iomega Corporation (NYSE:IOM), a global leader in data storage, has upgraded from freeware to Mondosoft's hosted search solution, and successfully incorporated multi-lingual site search on its European web site.
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The new Iomega REV drive provides 35GB (uncompressed) to 90GB (compressed) of high performance storage in a removable disk small enough to fit in a shirt pocket.
The Iomega REV drive, which began shipping today, provides 35GB (uncompressed) of high performance, removable storage in a disk smaller than a deck of cards.
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Compatibility to Current and Future Iomega DVD-recordable Drives
a leading provider of high-capacity, switched Parallel and Serial ATA RAID storage solutions, today announced that its Escalade 7500 8 port RAID controller (the 7500-8) will enable ultra-performance, high capacity ATA storage in Iomega Corporation's new high performance P800 series Network Attached Storage (NAS) servers.