Pivot3 Launches RAIGE 2.2

New Pivot3 high-definition storage system for video surveillance increases capture capacity by 60%

October 23, 2007

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SPRING, Texas -- Pivot3 Inc, the inventor of high-definition storage based on distributed RAID, today announced the availability of release 2.2, a new version of the Pivot3 High-Definition Storage system family based on the Pivot3 RAIGE (RAID Across Gigabit Ethernet) technology. This Pivot3 RAIGE release, supporting additional scaling options and including 1 TB hard disk drives, increases video capture capacity by 60 percent over the prior available configurations.

“We have been running our hosted video surveillance business on Pivot3 storage for more than six months and it has performed flawlessly,” said Rick Bentley, CEO of Connexed Technologies. “As we grow our subscriber base, the higher density drives and higher system capacities now offered by Pivot3 will allow us to conserve space and reduce power consumption per subscriber. I am delighted to see Pivot’s continued technology innovation.”

“Today’s megapixel, high-definition video surveillance applications require increased storage capacity and performance. We have seen this in surveillance environments such as public safety, law enforcement, and gaming,” said Jeffrey Bell, Pivot3 vice president of marketing. “The capacity and performance boost of this new release was the result of our customer requirements, and allows us to deliver even more value to environments with highly scalable storage needs.”

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