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IStor, StorageRep Partner
IRVINE, Calif. -- iStor Networks, Inc., a leading manufacturer of iSCSI storage solutions, announced the appointment of StorageRep LLC as a worldwide manufacturing representative for the video market. StorageRep will actively promote all iStor products into resellers, integrators and distributors serving the corporate video, film, television and post production industries.
We have identified the video market as a key growth opportunity for our products, says Peter Cmaylo, iStor Vice President of Business Development and Worldwide Sales. Video professionals are viewing iSCSI-based storage networks as an increasingly popular solution as it is easy to deploy and cost effective. We are excited to be working with StorageRep and are confident they have the expertise, relationships and experience to help us succeed in this market.
iStors flagship products, the GigaStor and iS326 storage subsystem, allows customers to make the transition to a lower cost iSCSI- based storage system with more performance than they are getting with their current storage offerings. The iStor products also offers great advantages in ease of integration and support at a cost point that will be very well received. Both 1 GbE and 10 GbE solutions are available.
The iStor product perfectly complements our other product offerings in the video market. With a definite advantage in performance a key requirement in high definition video - the iStor partnership will enhance our customers high performance digital video solutions for film, TV and post production, says Jerry Palace, Vice President, StorageRep LLC.
iStor Networks Inc.
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