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Short Take: SyQuest to release DVD competitor

SyQuest Technology expects to release new removable data storage products by year's end with at least 4.7GB of capacity, enough to store a full-length feature film. The products will use new removable cartridge technology called Rocket. The company said it expects future Rocket products, which use Winchester drive technology that works with ultrawide SCSI, to compete with DVD drives.

SyQuest Technology expects to release new removable data storage products by year's end with at least 4.7GB of capacity, enough to store a full-length feature film. The products will use new removable cartridge technology called Rocket. The company said it expects future Rocket products, which use Winchester drive technology that works with ultrawide SCSI, to compete with DVD drives.