Verari Bows Clustered System

Verari Systems delivers content storage without limitations

November 19, 2008

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AUSTIN, Texas -- Verari Systems, a premier developer of

independent blade-based computing and storage platforms for the data center

with the highest density, availability, and energy efficiency in the market,

and Caringo Inc., the leading provider of content storage software, today

introduced the DataValet clustered storage solution for unstructuredcontent. DataValet delivers economical, self-managing and self-servicing

storage resources that dynamically change and scale from tens of terabytes

to hundreds of petabytes according to business demands, while delivering the

lowest cost of ownership over the entire content lifecycle. Available now

for use in Verari¹s high-density and energy-efficient BladeRack® 2 X-Seriesplatforms and FOREST container solutions, DataValet is being demonstrated at

the SC08 conference in Austin, Texas, November 15-21, 2008 in Verari

Systems' booth #909.

Built on innovative, third-generation content addressed storage (CAS)

technology from Caringo, Verari¹s DataValet solution eliminates the need toseparate active and archive content while delivering the most complete set

of features built-in to the architecture to meet the scale-out storage

challenges and compliance imperatives of today and tomorrow. Applications

such as email archiving; business records compliance; Web 2.0; and video

surveillance are examples of applications that benefit from DataValet'sscale-out architecture for active and online content.

"As Web 2.0 content and massive stores of unstructured data proliferate the

enterprise, businesses are realizing that traditional, scale up SAN and NAS

storage architectures are no longer an acceptable long-term strategy," said

Dan Gatti, senior vice president of worldwide market operations, VerariSystems. "DataValet sets the standard for scale-out storage that is purpose

built to enable enterprises to store, manage, distribute and protect vast

amounts of online and archive data within a single architecture without the

costs and complexity of traditional storage infrastructure."

Verari Systems Inc.

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