VaultStor Intros On-Site DR Vault

VaultStor Corporation announced its first product designed to protect customers' on-site data from fire and water damage

March 14, 2007

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COSTA MESA, Calif. -- VaultStor Corporation today announced its first product designed to protect customers' on-site data from fire and water damage. VaultStor's Disaster Recovery Vault (DRV(TM)) is the only Networked Attached Storage device tested at UL and compliant with UL 72 150 1 hour (1700 degrees F) and water immersion to 33 feet. Unique to the Disaster Recovery market, VaultStor's DRV(TM) maintains hard disk temperatures below manufacturers' 150 degrees F at all times.

Announced at the 2007 Data Protection Summit in Irvine, California this week, VaultStor's DRV(TM) has been designed to be compatible with existing and emerging backup and recovery software, and to operate with industry standard NAS and IP SAN protocols.

The DRV(TM) uniquely enables transparent, low cost, high performance, on- site CDP solutions which for the first time can cost effectively protect not just servers but every PC as well. Many companies use unprotected onsite CDP today, only to realize after a disaster, just how much crucial data was hidden on their employees desktop and laptop computers.

VaultStor Corp.

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