Xiotech Announces Customers

Xiotech announces new Magnitude 3D 4000 storage system customers

June 4, 2008

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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Xiotech Corporation today announced that several new customers have purchased the Xiotech(R) Magnitude 3D(R) 4000 storage system. New customers include Capital Institutional Services (Dallas, Texas), Canutillo Independent School District (Canutillo, Texas), City of Brooklyn Park (Minnesota), Microsoft Corporation -- Forefront Division, Microsoft Corporation -- Windows Mobile Embedded Systems Engineering, NIX Health Care System (San Antonio, Texas), University of North Texas (Denton, Texas) and Ypartnership (Orlando, Fla.).

Many of the customers cited Xiotech's capabilities for managing storage in increasingly popular virtual server environments.

Ypartnership, an advertising agency located in Orlando, Fla., purchased a Magnitude 3D 4000 system with TimeScale(R) GeoRAID(TM) software to manage both Microsoft Windows and Mac OS data from one system. Ypartnership selected the Magnitude 3D system because it provides seamless efficiency across disparate operating systems, as well as easy system management. Another key factor in the organization's selection was the GeoRAID application, which provides automatic and uninterrupted availability of data and applications within one storage system.

"We were looking for a flexible and efficient storage solution to consolidate our Macintosh and Windows data while keeping pace with the technology demands of our growing company," said Scott Myers, chief information officer for Ypartnership -- worldwide advertising and public relations agency. "With Xiotech's focus on ease of use, and the system's ability to boot from SAN and provide continuous data availability within one system, we knew we had a solution that would streamline our processes today, yet grow with us for years to come."

Xiotech Corp.

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