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Sony claims storage breakthrough, mulls marketing

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San Francisco--Sony Corp. said Friday it has a computer storage tape format that will deliver more information, faster than ever before. Branded as "S-AIT," the computer tapes come at a time when demand for storage devices is emerging as a driver of the high-tech economy. Due to be readily available by 2002, the S-AIT product line will have five times the capacity of tape formats currently available, said Steve Baker, marketing VP for the tape storage solutions division of Sony Electronics' Core Technology Solutions Co. A key part of Sony's push will be toward sales and marketing executives within enterprises.
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