Seven Ten Adds MAID

Seven Ten extended the functionality of its file system archiving software to support MAID technology

December 6, 2007

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LAWRENCE, Mass. -- Seven Ten Storage Software, Inc., the developer of StorFirst EAS, Windows based software for tiered storage management of data, announced that it has extend the functionality of its file system archiving software to support MAID (Massive Array of Idle Disk) technology and the reduced power consumption capabilities of disk drives associated with MAID.

Supporting the eco-friendly spin-up/spin down features within MAID is a natural fit for Seven10 as it continues to lead the technology evolution and education process towards more intelligent and cost effective archive management methodologies. As a result of this new technology offering, corporations of all sizes will realize an immediate cost savings in storage related purchases as static, or persistent data, is moved off high cost primary storage and onto reliable MAID technology managed by the customer installable StorFirst file system.

“Our partnership and development efforts with the growing list of MAID providers continues Seven10’s push to create a more efficiently executed long-term data retention practice for IT department’s world-wide,” said Bobby Moulton, President of Seven Ten Storage Software, Inc. “Seven10 has invested significant time, energy, and development efforts to deliver a solution that the global customer has waited patiently to emerge. Together, Seven10 and our MAID partners will deliver a complete data management solution that will enable unprecedented persistent data growth while cutting cost and removing complexity.”

Seven Ten Storage Software Inc.

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