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Gateway announced five new Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices

March 2, 2007

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IRVINE, Calif. -- Gateway today announced five new Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices featuring Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 and a choice of Intel(R) Xeon(R) processors or AMDOpteron(TM) processors.

As organizations consolidate and back up their data and centralize their file and print functions, quick and easy deployment has become a critical and decisive factor for many IT managers and business owners. Preconfigured for simple plug and play installation, Gateway's new rack mount storage servers provide seamless integration into existing storage configurations, allowing customers to get up and running quickly. The new models are the E-9422R; E-9425R, E-9522R, E-9525R and the E-9520T Storage Servers.

NAS servers can act as file servers hosting files or as local print servers.They're ideal for any environment requiring end-users to continually access and share documents that are stored and safeguarded in a central, highly protected environment vs. a personal desktop. This includes hospital personnel accessing medical files or educational institutions, which require students to save their lessons to a central server, so teachers can easily access their schoolwork.

"We are seeing increased demand for networked storage across the board from all of our customer segments," said Barry Silvester, senior product manager, Enterprise Storage Platforms. "These five new storage servers give our customers powerful yet easy-to-use solutions for all their data storage needs. Their affordability makes them particularly attractive, especially when you consider the benefits they offer."

Gateway Inc.

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