Agami Claims 50 Customers

Agami is embarking on an ambitious 2007 having established milestones during its first year of shipping the AIS 3000 and 6000 series

February 6, 2007

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- agami Systems, an industry leader indelivering enterprise Network Attached Storage (NAS) systems with live file system replication and breakthrough operational performance and TCO for global storage applications, is embarking on an ambitious 2007 having established important milestones during its first year of shipping the agami Information Server (AIS) 3000 and 6000 series. By creating a high- performance, highlyreliable and energy-efficient NAS appliance that dramatically reducescustomers' total cost of ownership (TCO), agami Systems is setting newstandards for enterprise storage.

"agami Systems is one of the next-generation advanced NAS providers we all needto watch in 2007. They have a unique opportunity to bring a new economic andperformance story into an enterprise NAS market already primed for disruption,"said Brad O'Neill, Senior Analyst with Taneja Group. "The architecture onwhich agami builds its operating system is not only fast, it's optimized todrive economics in the customer's favor by taking unfair advantage of CPU,network, and disk commoditization trends. Overall, the clever design of theiroffering makes it simple for customers to grow with agami's technology both inthe data center and across a wide area network."

Agami Systems Inc.

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