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Crossroads Systems to announce new data protection technologies, customers, strategic partnerships, and executive at storage networking

October 11, 2007

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AUSTIN, Texas -- Crossroads Systems, Inc. (Pink Sheets: CRDS), a leading provider of Business Information Assurance (BIA) solutions, has announced exhibition as a gold sponsor at the Storage Networking World (SNW) Conference to be held from October 15 to 18, 2007 at the Gaylord Texan Hotel in Grapevine, Texas. Crossroads will unveil a series of key technology, strategic and corporate announcements with live testimonials from partners, leading industry analysts and customers.

Visit Crossroads at booth G7 to obtain the latest and most comprehensive data protection report from lead storage industry analyst David Hill of Mesabi Group and view hands-on demonstrations of Crossroads’ latest solutions and enhancements:

  • ShareLoader, a fully-integrated, iSCSI-based data protection appliance, allowing all systems in a Microsoft environment—including remote offices/branches, servers, desktops and laptops—the benefits of cost effective and scalable networked storage using a single, shared asset.

  • ReadVerify Appliance, an out-of-band data protection appliance allowing organizations to proactively manage their tape media and libraries thereby reducing the costs and high risk of backup failure.

  • TapeSentry, a low latency, high performance router-based tape encryption appliance providing high-performance through front-side compression, compliance capabilities through strong encryption, and enhanced security through robust key management.

  • Virtual TapeServer with SecureVTS, a software encryption suite for the Virtual TapeServer, addresses regulatory requirements by providing complete protection of data residing on both virtual and/or physical tape media.

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