Nirvanix Intros Storage Delivery Service

Nirvanix announces general availability of its storage delivery service

October 11, 2007

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SAN DIEGO, Calif. -- After successful testing at more than 80 beta customer sites, Nirvanix today announced general availability of its Storage Delivery Service optimized for media applications. Nirvanix also announced beta availability of its integrated media transcoding, image manipulation, and file search services, which further enable developers to shorten time-to-market for rich media applications.

"We have seen dramatic uptake of the service in a short amount of time,"said Patrick Harr, CEO of Nirvanix. "This is a reflection of the rapid growth of media applications and the need to provide internet-scale storage infrastructure without the cost and complexity of building it in-house."

Nirvanix Storage Delivery Service, now with integrated media transcoding, image manipulation, and file search services, enables developers to create the richest media applications, significantly reduce cost, and provide best end-user experience. "Nirvanix is truly changing the game with its next-generation Storage Delivery Service for media applications and its Internet Media File System geo-node architecture," said Arun Taneja, founder and consulting analyst of Taneja Group. "Nirvanix is representative of a new category called a Storage Delivery Network, where high performance Internet storage is available on demand, globally, to web applications."

Nirvanix Inc.

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