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CipherMax Appoints New VP of Sales

CipherMax announced that Jack LeWinter has joined the company as vice president of sales

SAN JOSE, CA -- CipherMaxR, Inc., the technology leader of enterprise-class storage security solutions, today announced that Jack LeWinter has joined the company as Vice President of Sales. LeWinter will leverage over two decades of experience in the storage industry to broaden CipherMax's share of the rapidly growing storage security market. LeWinter will drive the company's direct sales, OEM and reseller strategies as well as oversee the execution of sales teams in North America.

"We have reached the nexus between the storage and security markets," said Ray Kao, chairman & CEO of CipherMax. "Security is fast becoming a requirement for every storage product, which is heating up market demand and strategic alliances for storage security solutions. Jack's extensive background in storage coupled with his proven business experience in sales and strategic partnerships will enable us to capture this fast emerging market opportunity effectively."

"CipherMax is uniquely positioned to address the difficult solution requirements inherent in the convergence of storage, security and networking," said Jack LeWinter. "Most companies want to implement storage security, but they need a solution that offers a viable migration path to encryption while minimizing the impact on IT. CipherMax offers the only product line that enables companies to migrate from unencrypted storage environments to secure storage environments by using CM products as storage encryption appliances, or encryption SAN fabrics, or encryption modules of storage systems. This offers the customers the ultimate flexibility to deploy storage security within any network environment."

CipherMax Inc.

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