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Diligent Adds Customers

Diligent Technologies announced it experienced record breaking sales growth in the last quarter of 2006

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. - Diligent Technologies Corporation, a leading provider of enterprise data protection solutions, today announced it experienced record breaking sales growth in the last quarter of 2006. Since it became generally available in January 2006, Diligent’s ProtecTIER Data Protection Platform has been increasingly installed in the world’s Fortune 1000 data centers. With an ever expanding list of customers Diligent has recently added 3 of the top 10 telecommunications companies in the world, 1 of the top 5 global car manufacturers, 1 of the top 5 global commercial banks, 1 of the top 3 global pension funds, 1 of the top 5 global health care companies and 1 of the top 5 global media and entertainment conglomerates.

“We are very pleased with the accelerated rate of adoption of ProtecTIER by the world’s largest data centers. Our customers are deploying ProtecTIER at the core of their data protection operations, leveraging its currently unmatched combination of inline de-duplication, high performance and scalability,” said Doron Kempel, Chairman and CEO of Diligent Technologies. “An average customer deployment consists of 5-10 ProtecTIER servers, with 30TB of physical disk each. This implies that ProtecTIER deployments typically manage Petabytes of backup and archive data. Our distribution partners have done an excellent job learning and deploying this new technology, and we are excited about the prospects of 2007.”

Diligent Technologies Corp.

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