MOTU and Glyph Offer Joint Firewire Solution

Storage to complement MOTU's 828 Audiointerface      18/10/01

Buying Choices
October 18, 2001. Glyph Technologies is now shipping M Project, a new high-performance FireWire hard drive solution for MOTU (Mark of the Unicorn) hard disk recording systems. In a joint effort from both companies, M Project has been designed for and extensively tested with MOTU systems, and it currently stands as the first and only FireWire hard drive solution officially approved by MOTU. "We're delighted to be working with MOTU as their approved FireWire hard disk storage solution," said Alex Lieb, Glyph's Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "With the inclusion of the 828 FireWire interface into MOTU's family of products, they have once again proven they are an industry leader in digital audio recording, and Glyph is proud to be their partner," he added. "As the success of our 828 FireWire audio interface shows, FireWire audio is the future of computer-based audio recording," said Jim Cooper, MOTU's Director of Marketing. "M Project is the perfect storage solution for MOTU systems for many reasons. For the 2408 and the rest of our PCI card-based line, M Project adds portable, high-performance storage without taking up a PCI slot. For 828 systems, it offers 828 users the same portable, high-performance audio storage while at the same time allowing them to daisy chain their 828 and M project drive off the same FireWire bus. And we couldn't be more thrilled with Glyph as a technology partner. Their reputation, products, service and support are unrivaled." M Project is a 1U x 13-inch deep rack-mountable AC-powered hard drive enclosure equipped with 40GB hard drives running at 7200 RPM. M Project is now available exclusively at Sweetwater. Please call Sweetwater at 800-222-4700 for pricing.

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