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 What Roxio name has to do with Adaptec and Cequadrat(?)
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Message Text: After we read the latest press release from Adaptec we noticed the name "Roxio":

"...Roxio is a leading provider of digital content management software for personal computers. Its flagship products include Easy CD Creator and Toast, popular software for CD Recording on Windows and Macintosh platforms. Roxio's line of optical recording software enables individuals to personalize and store music, photographs, video and data onto recordable CDs. Roxio also markets system protection software, GoBack that provides quick recovery from system crashes, virus attacks, and human error. Roxio complements its global retail and distribution presence with strong OEM relationships with major computer system and hardware manufacturers, and other strategic partners. Located in Milpitas California, Roxio is a wholly owned subsidiary of Adaptec.."

Some sources told us that probably Adaptec and CeQuadrat names will disappear from CD Recording software and will be replaced by ROXIO. Of course we cannot be sure 100% about that info but remember where you read it first ;)

 
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