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Double-Take Software expands infrastructure software solutions with network boot technology and software-based iSCSI SAN

October 8, 2008

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SOUTHBOROUGH, Mass. -- Double-Take Software (NASDAQ: DBTK), today announced the release of its netBoot/i™ and sanFly™. Together, they can provide a centralized means of booting and managing servers and desktops from iSCSI storage area networks (SANs). These products give IT administrators the flexibility to streamline workload management across both physical and virtual environments, and the cost efficiency of 'greener IT' through reduced power consumption and energy costs. Double-Take® for Windows, the company's flagship product, is known for its non-disruptive, affordable, hardware agnostic solutions. The addition of these new product offerings combined with existing capabilities such as continuous full server wide area replication build upon Double-Take Software's objective to be the leader in Dynamic Infrastructure; that is, to move workloads, for whatever purpose, whenever needed, affordably and non-disruptively.

"For years, many organizations have come to rely on Double-Take Software for replication, failover and recovery," said Lauren Whitehouse, analyst with Enterprise Strategy Group. "The addition of netBoot/i and sanFly not only positions Double-Take Software's entrance into a new market, but enhances its current offerings by providing additional flexibility to companies looking to create a more dynamic IT infrastructure."

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