EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Xiotech Corporation today announced more than 30 organizations purchased either the Emprise 7000 system or Emprise 5000 system in the companys second quarter, which ended June 27, 2008. New Emprise customers include Argus Information & Advisory Services; Bowman and Brooke LLP; Capital Institutional Services, Inc. (CAPIS); City of Corona (California); Department of Transportation: State of Kansas; Forbes Energy Services; Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD); Nuconsteel; University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio; and YMCA of Metropolitan Minneapolis and Greater St. Paul.
Xiotech introduced the Emprise product line, powered by patented Intelligent Storage Element (ISE) technology, in April. In less than three months, dozens of organizations selected the new storage systems to help them meet performance, reliability and scalability needs while ensuring a low total cost of ownership and drastically reduced service and maintenance costs. Xiotech certifies the new technology with a five-year hardware warranty.
Bowman and Brooke, a national law firm that had previously purchased Xiotechs Magnitude 3D® systems was one of the new customers, selecting two Emprise 7000 storage systems and one Emprise 5000 storage system.
"While IT people use the word innovator to describe Xiotech, it was the reputation for quality products and service which sold me on the first product we purchased, said Michael D. Cammack, chief information officer, Bowman and Brooke LLP. In the many years we have been business partners, Xiotech has never let me down. The new ISE technology is truly revolutionary and when Xiotech tells me the product will give me five years of flawless service I know it will."