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BAM goes bust

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FileLink, a developer of storage management software, is out of business. The company, which began operations in 1997, closed its doors March 30, 2001, but plans to support existing customers for 60 days. Its core product, BAM, automates the migration of

FileLink, a developer of storage management software, is out of business. The company, which began operations in 1997, closed its doors March 30, 2001, but plans to support existing customers for 60 days. Its core product, BAM, automates the migration of digital assets across storage devices-hard disk drives, RAID systems, tape libraries, optical disk jukeboxes, outsourcing services, and off-line media. FileLink’s Medical Archive Software works with radiology information systems and diagnostic viewing stations to help hospitals manage clinical information. FileLink marketed its products primarily through distribution partners, software developers that embed BAM within applications, storage hardware suppliers, and system integrators. Partners included Alare, Aurora, Dynamic Healthcare, Data General, SwissRay, and Wam!Net.

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