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InMage Teams With Marathon

InMage Systems and Marathon Technologies partner to provide customers with platform for high-availability and disaster recovery

SANTA CLARA, Calif. - InMage Systems®, Inc. (www.inmage.net), a leading provider of disaster recovery and business continuity software, today announced a partnership with Marathon Technologies, the only provider of fault-tolerant, high availability software for physical and virtual servers. Marathon will offer InMage’s flagship DR-Scout solution to its customer base, which represents over 1800 customers in 34 countries and includes over 1,100 companies in the rapidly growing midsize market. Marathon representatives will be fully trained in sales, service and support for DR-Scout.

The combination of DR-Scout with Marathon’s everRun® line of products results in the highest levels of availability and protection for applications, data and networks in physical and virtual server environments, and across geographically dispersed or remote locations. Both products have been fully tested and work together seamlessly to prevent data and employee productivity losses that result from system failures, outages and disasters.

“Over 1800 companies and organizations around the globe use Marathon’s everRun software to prevent outages and data loss without IT intervention,” said Gary R. Phillips, president and CEO, Marathon Technologies. “InMage complements everRun by providing advanced disaster recovery and continuous data protection capabilities. Today’s businesses require the remote DR features and more efficient, event-based recovery offered by DR-Scout. By adding DR-Scout to their infrastructures, customers can build upon the uninterrupted availability and rapid recovery provided by everRun.”

InMage Systems Inc.

Marathon Technologies Corp.

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