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Rasilient Intros RAID Arrays

DALLAS -- RASILIENT Systems, Inc. an innovator in
modular RAID storage for the OEM market, today announced their new RASTOR
3500/7500/8500 family of 64-bit multi-core AMD based 2U storage platforms at
the 2007 Storage Networking World Exhibition and Conference in Dallas,

The 3rd generation RASTOR 3500/7500/8500 products extend the lineage of
RASILIENT's zero downtime RASTOR architecture while offering high capacity,
high performance and flexible storage to the OEM and ISV markets. The
products incorporate redundant Active-Active controllers, redundant fans,
redundant power supplies, completely passive/removable mid-planes, and
tool-less chassis. Setting new benchmarks in performance and quality, the
RASTOR 3500/7500/8500 also come with more powerful multi-core controllers,
high-density 2U/12D chassis, more capacity via high performance SAS
expansion using RASTOR 200e expansion enclosures, and flexible IO options.

"Our goal has always been to provide our OEM customer base with
best-of-breed high availability products with the lowest cost per TB," said
Sean Chang, President and CEO of RASILIENT Systems. "The result of our
approach is not only lower cost without sacrificing quality or performance,
but greater customization for OEMs since it's easier to tune, port and
upgrade, giving our partners a higher-degree of value-add for their customer

Rasilient Systems Inc.