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Wednesday, June 23, 2004
Share CDs and DVDs without the hardware hassle


FarStone's Virtual CD/DVD Tower is the perfect choice to manage CD/DVD needs on the network. Simply put: Virtual CD/DVD Tower is software that imitates hardware.

Designed for businesses and schools, Virtual CD/DVD Tower is a patented, one-of-a-kind software solution that creates "virtual" copies of your CD/DVD-ROMs and enables you to share them with multiple users on your network. Users can even access them through a standard web browser over the Internet. Unlike other CD/DVD emulation hardware or software solutions, Virtual CD/DVD Tower is the only technology that combines these three key features:
  1. CD/DVD-ROM emulation;
  2. Access to virtual CD/DVDs over the Internet or through a network;
  3. No bulky, expensive hardware!

Not only does Virtual CD/DVD Tower save you time and money, it eliminates the hassle of hardware maintenance.


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