QLogic Switch Qualified by EMC

QLogic SANbox 9000 core switch qualified by EMC as E-Lab tested

February 7, 2007

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ALISO VIEJO, Calif. -- QLogic Corp. (Nasdaq:QLGC), the leader in Fibre Channel host bus adapters (HBAs), stackable switches and blade server switches today announced that EMC Corporation has qualified QLogic SANbox 9100 and 9200 Fibre Channel core switches as EMC® E-Lab™ Tested for use with EMC CLARiiON® and EMC Symmetrix® DMX networked storage systems. With the addition of the SANbox 9000 Series to the EMC Support Matrix, EMC has now tested and qualified the entire suite of QLogic SANbox 4Gb Fibre Channel switches. The highly comprehensive E-Lab qualification process tests configurations that replicate real-world environments to help ensure customer satisfaction.

“EMC continues to lead the way in offering interoperable, best-of-breed storage networking solutions for businesses of all sizes,” said Jesse Parker, vice president and general manager, QLogic Switch Products Group. “EMC is the first storage company to qualify the new SANbox 9000 Series and the entire QLogic SANbox switch product line, which sets an entirely new standard for ease-of-use and price-per-port in the enterprise. The comprehensive EMC E-Lab Tested program continues to be an invaluable tool in providing customers with proven compatibility and a broad range of choices in their storage network implementations.”

QLogic Corp.

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