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Spectra Logic Joins Microsoft's Simple SAN Program

"Microsoft Makes SAN Deployment Even Easier and Even More Risk-Free", Says Spectra Logic's PM

"Windows is the number one deployed server application in SAN environments today," said Dr. Claude Lorenson, senior product manager, Windows Server Division at Microsoft Corporation, as Spectra Logic announced it is becoming the latest participant in Microsoft's Simple SAN Program - a program helps all levels of Windows customers implement SANs simply, whether they are using Fibre Channel or iSCSI.

"By qualifying key industry partners like Spectra Logic and offering bundled storage solutions, we can simplify and improve our customers storage experience," Lorensen added.

"Microsoft continues to be a major force behind improving plug and play storage solutions for the medium to small businesses, by pushing to make SAN deployment even easier and even more "risk-free"," said Sharon Isaacson, a Spectra Logic senior product manager. "Working with the Windows Simple SAN program, Spectra Logic can supply enterprise library features and options that help simplify storage management for all Window users."

Spectra Logic is also a Microsoft Data Protection Management (DPM) Partner. DPM, formerly Data Protection Server (DPS), promises fast, easy, reliable and cost-efficient backup and recovery through disk-based technology. Spectra RXT mobile RAID disk customers with DPM receive robust data protection, reduced complexity and improved operational efficiency for Windows back up.

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