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Raid Launches StorageWatch 5

METHUEN, Mass. -- RAID Inc., a customer-centric storage service provider specializing in custom manufacturing of leading edge storage solutions, today announced the availability of RAID's flagship product StorageWatch version 5.0. StorageWatch is the industry's only real-time 24/7 pro-active storage monitoring and management service. Version 5.0 will provide RAID's customers with improved remote management and reporting capabilities that have made this product genuinely unique in the storage market.

StorageWatch's patent pending technology performs predictive analysis, which securely detects and corrects data irregularities. From RAID's Storage Network Operations Center, expert staff performs a series of preventative maintenance procedures which cleanses and protects all data. StorageWatch is available with disaster recovery solutions including synchronous and asynchronous remote replication, offsite storage and back-up solutions. Since data storage assets require the most advanced level of support, it is not enough to respond to problems after they occur, or even rely on computer generated alerts. StorageWatch incorporates human intelligence to properly diagnose and resolve issues in "real time," ensuring that business operations and data are continuously available.

"The 24/7 storage monitoring and support, coupled with outstanding customer service has made StorageWatch a vital tool for our customers and a trusted service for the protection and availability of their most critical data, " stated Bob Picardi, Chief Operating Officer at RAID, Incorporated. "StorageWatch 5.0 will bring a new level of centralized management for increasing the efficiency of our monitoring services, as well as provide more advanced remote capabilities for disaster recovery."

Raid Inc.