BlueArc Picks Fujitsu

BlueArc chooses the Fujitsu XG2000 Ethernet switch for clustering storage solutions

March 19, 2008

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. and SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Fujitsu ComputerProducts of America, Inc., a leading supplier of 10-Gigabit (Gb) Ethernet switchesand innovative computer products, and BlueArc(R) Corporation, a leader in scalable,high-performance network storage, today announced the integration of the FujitsuXG2000 Ethernet Switches with the SA- 48 RAID Array for BlueArc's family of Titanstorage solutions, including the newly announced Titan 3000 series. The alliancebetween the companies improves archiving capabilities, extending storage capacitiesand clustering to help reduce storage acquisition costs and extend the datalifecycle.

"Fujitsu has challenged the status quo with its focus on R&D, engineering, andperformance by developing a product family that fulfills our highly complex, storagenetworking requirements," said Steve Daheb, senior vice president of marketing andbusiness development, BlueArc. "By working together with Fujitsu and other majorOEMs, we have the opportunity to expand our reach to major enterprises andhorizontal applications by implementing the XG2000 Ethernet switches with our Titanstorage solution family. We feel confident that with this winning combination, we'reable to provide our customers with the high-performance solution they've beenseeking."

BlueArc Corp.

Fujitsu Ltd.

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