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Naxenta Names Partners

Nexenta Systems announces partnerships worldwide

PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Nexenta Systems, the leading provider of OpenStorage NAS and iSCSI solutions utilizing the ZFS file system, today announced partnerships with leading systems integrators and solution providers worldwide. NexentaStor is now available as the foundation of total solutions including the breakthrough price/performance and price/capacity of NexentaStor throughout the United States, Europe, and India. Today Nexenta also announces a partnership with Indra Networks to provide hardware based GZIP compression integrated with NexentaStor.

"We believe NexentaStor offers a unique value proposition to leading system integrators and solution providers who, for the first time, are able to enter the market for enterprise class storage with a software-based NAS and iSCSI solution that delivers capabilities that are in many cases superior to legacy hardware based solutions at a fraction of the cost. With the aid of our partners worldwide we are executing on our vision of enterprise class storage for everyone," said Evan Powell, CEO of Nexenta Systems.

New partners joining the Nexenta partner program include:

VA Technologies, the United Kingdom: VA Technologies is a leading provider of server and storage solutions for the United Kingdom and Europe. Andy Bennett, Technical Sales Manager of VA Technologies, said, "We're very excited about joining the community of Nexenta partners. NexentaStor allows us to bring Enterprise Class Storage Appliances that provide unprecedented scalability, data integrity, and performance to the marketplace. Our OpenStor storage appliance based on NexentaStor brings high performance, high availability Block and File I/O to a single platform."

Nexenta Systems Inc.

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