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IStor Intros GigaStor 1.4.0

IRVINE, Calif. -- iStor Networks, Inc a leading manufacturer of storage solutions, today announced the release of GigaStor Version 1.4.0, the newest version of its award winning storage management software suite. Accompanying iStor’s flagship product, the GigaStorATX ™ network storage controller and the iS326 iSCSI storage system, Version 1.4.0 provides robust enterprise-class diagnostic and management capabilities to the small and medium business (SMB) customer environment. iStor networks is best known for delivering industry leading benchmark performance at an attractive price point, now brings to the marketplace with 1.4 a more automated installation process for an enhanced out of box experience plus new features including; new performance for video applications, security management with encryption and diagnostic features that have been integrated to simplify storage management and administration while lowering operations costs.

“We have delivered iStor’s Version 1.4 to our customers and across the board they value the robustness of the management tools,” said Ali Asvadi, President Variel Technology. “Our new prospects have really been impressed by the new 4 click installation startup to put storage on the network. iStor really gets it in creating a great user experience.”

Version 1.4.0 offers a simple implementation experience by utilizing a step by step wizard, with setup taking only minutes via the web browser. For added security, the connection between the GigaStor and the management console is now protected by secure socket layer (SSL) encryption. Version 1.4.0 also provides the capability for a mounting a read-only volume which means that customers don’t have to buy expensive SAN file systems to have users share data for collaborative applications.

“The features and functionality we’ve brought to the software are a result of real-world feedback from our customers and partners,” said Frank C. Huang, co-founder and executive vice president of engineering, iStor Networks. “Version 1.4.0 is an example of the value proposition that iSCSI-based storage systems provide to the SMB market in terms of ease of storage management and administration – factors that comprise a significant portion of networked storage investment costs.”

iStor Networks Inc.