FRAMINGHAM (07/20/2000) - Qualcomm Inc. this week said 3Com Corp. will bundle the wireless technology firm's Eudora e-mail program on CDs with 3Com's U.S.
Robotics modems. The U.S. Robotics' logo will be displayed in the Eudora user interface. Qualcomm has seen more than one million downloads of this newest version of Eudora since it was commercially released in mid-February.
3Com: www.3com.com; Qualcomm: www.qualcomm.comBenchmark Tape Systems Corp. this week introduced a new Digital Linear Tape drive, dubbed the DLT1.
The DLT1 has a capacity of 80G bytes compressed, 40G bytes uncompressed, and is available in two models. One model is external to the server; the other internal.
Dell Computer Corp. will later announce that it will put the DLT1 in its PowerEdge 1300, 2400, 4400 and 6400 servers.
The internal model of the DLT1 is priced at $1,500; the external model costs $1,650.
Dataquest Inc. of Stamford, Conn., estimates that DLT drives have a $1.2 billion share of the $3.7 billion market, with a compound growth rate of 14%.
Benchmark: www.benchmark tape.com
Ezenia Inc. of Burlington, Mass., announced this week that it is adding a software-based multipoint control unit to its Encounter product line. The Encounter 1000 is used to connect multiple videoconferencing endpoints into a single conference with data-sharing capabilities. Priced at $3,995, the Encounter 1000 runs on Windows NT servers and comes with Web-based administration and scheduling capabilities.