3Leaf Licenses Intel Technology

3Leaf Systems licenses Intel processor technology to deliver next-generation virtualization solutions for the x86 marketplace

March 31, 2008

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- 3Leaf Systems (www.3leafsystems.com), a provider of next-generation virtualization solutions for enterprise data centers, today announced that Intel® Corporation (Nasdaq:INTC) has granted the company with a license to the Intel® QuickPath Interconnect. 3Leaf will use Intel® QuickPath Technology to enable advanced virtualization solutions for the growing x86 server market. The Intel QuickPath Interconnect license allows 3Leaf to support servers in a fully virtualized data center that allocates server resources on demand. The license is a major milestone in 3Leaf’s strategy to enable the “Dynamic Data Center,” allowing businesses to quickly and efficiently allocate resources on demand to meet business needs while at the same time significantly reducing costs.

“Being granted a license for the Intel QuickPath Interconnect is a vote of confidence in 3Leaf’s approach to virtualization, and it underscores the market potential for 3Leaf in the server virtualization space,” said Bob Quinn, chairman, founder and CTO of 3Leaf Systems. “Intel QuickPath Technology, which has very low latency and very high bandwidth, is the ideal connection point for our virtualization NIC. With Intel QuickPath Interconnect support, 3Leaf expands its coherent network to include servers running on Intel processors, giving us 100 percent coverage of the x86 server market.”

3Leaf Systems Inc.

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