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ProStor Systems Announces General Availability of InfiniVault Archive Appliance Family

BOULDER, Colo. – Feb. 20, 2008 – ProStor Systems, a leading developer of removable disk storage solutions for data protection and archive applications, today announced general availability of its InfiniVault™ archive appliance, the world’s first removable disk archive solution using the company’s market-leading RDX® removable disk technology. The InfiniVault product family is sold by a network of high-value resellers throughout North America.

Recently named a Product of the Year bronze winner in the “Backup and Disaster Recovery” category of the 2007 Products of the Year competition, ProStor’s InfiniVault provides customers with a digital archive and compliance solution that reduces storage costs by combining long-term data retention, regulatory compliance, automated data archiving and disaster recovery protection in a single, easy-to-use appliance. The InfiniVault product family is available in configurations designed for use in small and mid-sized enterprises.

“We have been pleased with the deployment of ProStor’s InfiniVault into our Georgia data center,” said Steve Calderoni, director of IT at Market Force Information, a leading global customer experience information and insights company. “We determined

that 70 percent of our mystery shopping receipts could be immediately archived to
InfiniVault, helping us streamline our operations, optimize client services and meet legal and e-discovery requests that might arise.”

The core functionality built into the InfiniVault archive appliance makes it ideal for regulatory compliance. ProStor’s integrated Archive Compliance Engine provides a complete audit trail for every file to create a chain of custody report, while content addressable storage functionality verifies all content to ensure the integrity of the data. The combination of flexible retention management, WORM throughout the system for unalterable files, data encryption to meet privacy requirements and digital “shredding” for secure file deletion makes the InfiniVault a simple, automated compliance solution for most government regulations. Additionally, the rapid file search and recovery enabled by the RDX removable disk technology meets the requirements of Federal Rules of Civil Procedures in legal holds and e-discovery. Privacy is assured with InfiniVault managing all encryption keys associated with each individual file.

“We designed the InfiniVault as a fast, secure and reliable archival storage platform for long-term data preservation that also helps businesses meet regulatory compliance within a single, integrated system,” said Steve Georgis, CEO and president of ProStor Systems. “By harnessing the benefits of a fixed-disk archive solution with that of removable media, we offer users the best of both worlds – ultimate performance, rapid retrieval, unlimited scalability and a preferred price point.”

About ProStor Systems
ProStor Systems is the leader in enterprise-class removable disk storage for data backup and long-term archive. ProStor has introduced InfiniVault, the world’s first removable disk archive system. Targeted at small and mid-sized enterprises with limited budgets, InfiniVault provides low-cost, long-term data preservation in an intelligent regulatory-compliant appliance based on RDX technology. Designed to replace tape, RDX disk products provide the performance and reliability of disk while preserving the removability and archival benefits of tape. ProStor Systems appears on the Byte and Switch Top 10 Startups toWatch list.

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