Adaptec CEO Larry Boucher has said that the company is to return to its traditional strengths such as workstation and server I/O and renew its commitment to the growth areas of CD-R software, RAID solutions and networking products. To bolster his claims he announced the completion of Adaptec's plans to launch BroadLogic, a satellite networking spinoff and also gave details of two strategic alliances to broaden its fibre channel products.
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