Chase Manhattan Bank is installing a sophisticated data backup system to support a new global trading facility that is to begin operating early next year at its New York City headquarters.

The bank will use a SR2AA Raid disk array from New York-based Conley Corp. to support more than 100 file and application servers, said Bill Schimoler, vice president of trading technology at Chase. Neither party would disclose the cost of the system.

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