Dot Hill Expands HP Deal

Dot Hill Systems announced that it has amended its agreement with HP

January 8, 2008

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CARLSBAD, Calif. -- Dot Hill Systems Corp. today announced that it has amended its agreement with HP. Under the amended agreement, Dot Hill will provide private-label RAID storage arrays to HP. The amendment expands the original agreement that covered RAID storage arrays for the HP StorageWorks 9000 Virtual Library System, which was introduced in November 2007. The amendment extends the original agreement from one year to five years. Dot Hill believes that the amendment materially increases the scope and potential of its relationship with HP.

The extended agreement is expected to allow HP to broaden and further enhance its entry-level storage portfolio for a variety of application environments. Additional terms of the agreement are detailed in a Form 8-K that was filed today by Dot Hill.

Dot Hill offers a family of entry-level and midrange disk arrays based on its R/Evolution architecture. These modular platforms provide very high- levels of performance, scalability and flexibility.

"Dot Hill has built a family of leading storage arrays with a flexible, scalable and differentiated architecture," said Dana Kammersgard, president and chief executive officer, Dot Hill. "Working with HP has proven how simple, powerful solutions may create tremendous customer value. We are excited to be developing our partnership further with HP."

Dot Hill Systems Corp.

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