Isilon Expands NAS Portfolio

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March 10, 2009

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SEATTLE, Wash. -- Isilon Systems (NASDAQ: ISLN), the proven leader in scale-out NAS, today announced a broad expansion of its product family with the release of the S-Series and NL-Series storage systems, and a new addition to its X-Series product line. With these new products, Isilon brings to market a full range of scale-out NAS solutions, enabling customers to accelerate the productivity of mission-critical applications, workflows and processes through an efficient, easy-to-manage storage infrastructure that reduces capital and operational expenditures while seamlessly scaling in lockstep with business growth.

Leveraging continued innovation of its hardware platform, combined with Isilon’s proven, fifth-generation OneFS® operating system software, the new products drive increased performance for a full spectrum of file-based data applications and access patterns – from highest performance, I/O-intensive applications, to primary and secondary storage, to nearline archives – all from a single file system architecture. Isilon’s new S-Series, X-Series and NL-Series products expand the applicability of its leading-edge scale-out NAS solutions within the enterprise and data-intensive vertical markets, enabling businesses to speed time-to-market, eliminate disparate systems and reduce operational costs.

“With file-based data eclipsing block-based data as the dominant form of information being created in the enterprise, businesses can no longer afford to face this unprecedented challenge with the complex architectures of traditional approaches,” said Sujal Patel, CEO, Isilon Systems. “Instead, they must adopt integrated and widely applicable solutions that drive business value while reducing operational and capital expenditures. Isilon’s new products serve a wide array of file-based data applications across the enterprise and data-driven vertical markets, increasing workflow productivity and operational efficiency while aligning capital expenditures directly with continued storage growth.”

Isilon Systems Inc.

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