Compellent Bows Live Volume

Compellent to offer automated business continuity with Live Volume

October 15, 2008

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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Compellent Technologies, Inc. (NYSE Arca: CML) today announced it will provide continuous, coordinated access to all data stored on Compellent SANs between remote locations with a new automated business continuity feature, Live Volume.

Live Volume will allow enterprises to manage their disparate storage sites around the world as one virtual data center. As customers move applications from one physical or virtual server to another for maintenance, local site issues or disaster recovery, Live Volume will enable IT managers to proactively and automatically migrate the associated storage volumes. By not requiring investments in third-party tools or mirroring of storage resources, Compellents live transfer of data will make it easier and cost-effective to manage all resources regardless of the physical location.

“Compellent is applying the same storage innovation that made automated tiered storage more affordable to next-generation technology like Live Volume and SSD that will not only deliver the highest levels of data performance and availability, but also minimize total cost of ownership,” explained Bruce Kornfeld, vice president of marketing for Compellent. “We are enhancing our automated data movement engine to help ensure enterprises can achieve true business continuity and instant access to their data whether their IT infrastructure is on-premises or delivered by a cloud computing service.”

Compellent Technologies Inc.

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