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LXI Enterprise Storage, a leading provider of backup and recovery management applications, has entered into a re-sell relationship with FalconStor Software, the number one Virtual Tape Library technology developer in the industry.

ôIndustry statistics show an alarming 50% of data recoveries fail. LXIÆs best in class recovery software in combination with FalconStorÆs industry-leading Virtual Tape Library manages the recovery process to eliminate the majority of those failures. The combined solution also reduces the recovery time, allows for encryption of data, and assists the customer in managing the requirements placed on them by over 10,000 government regulations.ö said Dan Latham, LXI Chairman, ôThe FalconStor and LXI products deliver a migration path for the elimination or optimization of tape as a storage medium in the data recovery process.ö

LXI combines their world-class Media Management System (MMS) software applications and the industry-leading FalconStor Virtual Tape Technology, which allows data centers to have a complete data management solution from one vendor. LXI will be providing complete sales, implementation and support for the integrated solutions being sold. This relationship will bring together LXIÆs extensive software development expertise and FalconStorÆs award-winning storage virtualization solutions.

ôThe software products and services of LXI are a perfect fit with our Virtual Tape Library solutionsö said Wendy Petty, Vice President of North American Sales at FalconStor. ôLXI has been providing data protection solutions and services with in depth knowledge of media management on heterogeneous platforms for 15 years. The FalconStor VTL brings advanced disk based protection across all those platforms.

Comprised of both h ardware and software, LXIÆs relationship with FalconStor creates a solution that is flexible in supporting any configuration within the enterprise at a price point that is attractive to every market segment: small, medium and large.

The hardware and software solutions can be purchased separately, or as a bundle. Both the software and hardware offerings are fully interoperable with other industry leading solutions and support a total value proposition of equipment cost reduction, reduced recovery time, and improved operations performance.

About LXI
LXI is focused on helping businesses manage their enterprise storage needs for recovery optimization and regulatory or policy compliance. LXI operates in heterogeneous environments, simplifying cross platform storage policy administration, integrating disparate platforms and network backup products, and consolidating media information for centralized policy control and management. LXIÆs Media Management System (MMS) ha s been singled out as best in class by a number of backup and recovery experts and, more importantly, by its customer base that includes many Fortune 1000 companies. To learn more about LXI, visit us at www.lxi.com or call 641.494.1600.

LXI Enterprise Storage, a leading provider of backup and recovery management applications, has entered into a re-sell relationship with FalconStor Software, the number one Virtual Tape Library technology developer in the industry.

ôIndustry statistics show an alarming 50% of data recoveries fail. LXIÆs best in class recovery software in combination with FalconStorÆs industry-leading Virtual Tape Library manages the recovery process to eliminate the majority of those failures. The combined solution also reduces the recovery time, allows for encryption of data, and assists the customer in managing the requirements placed on them by over 10,000 government regulations.ö said Dan Latham, LXI Chairman, ôThe FalconStor and LXI products deliver a migration path for the elimination or optimization of tape as a storage medium in the data recovery process.ö

LXI combines their world-class Media Management System (MMS) software applications and the industry-leading FalconStor Virtual Tape Technology, which allows data centers to have a complete data management solution from one vendor. LXI will be providing complete sales, implementation and support for the integrated solutions being sold. This relationship will bring together LXIÆs extensive software development expertise and FalconStorÆs award-winning storage virtualization solutions.

ôThe software products and services of LXI are a perfect fit with our Virtual Tape Library solutionsö said Wendy Petty, Vice President of North American Sales at FalconStor. ôLXI has been providing data protection solutions and services with in depth knowledge of media management on heterogeneous platforms for 15 years. The FalconStor VTL brings advanced disk based protection across all those platforms.

Comprised of both h ardware and software, LXIÆs relationship with FalconStor creates a solution that is flexible in supporting any configuration within the enterprise at a price point that is attractive to every market segment: small, medium and large.

The hardware and software solutions can be purchased separately, or as a bundle. Both the software and hardware offerings are fully interoperable with other industry leading solutions and support a total value proposition of equipment cost reduction, reduced recovery time, and improved operations performance.

About LXI
LXI is focused on helping businesses manage their enterprise storage needs for recovery optimization and regulatory or policy compliance. LXI operates in heterogeneous environments, simplifying cross platform storage policy administration, integrating disparate platforms and network backup products, and consolidating media information for centralized policy control and management. LXIÆs Media Management System (MMS) ha s been singled out as best in class by a number of backup and recovery experts and, more importantly, by its customer base that includes many Fortune 1000 companies. To learn more about LXI, visit us at www.lxi.com or call 641.494.1600.

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