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SanOne and Eurologic Extend Storage Partnership

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Storage Area Network (SAN) provider SanOne Inc. and networking solutions vendor Eurologic Systems today announced an agreement where SanOne has become a Eurologic channel partner and will offer Eurologic's SANbloc(TM)network storage system as the foundation of its DAMstor(TM) system for high-bandwidth storage area networking (SAN).

Under the agreement, a major extension of the companies' ongoing technology and marketing partnership, SanOne will be integrating Eurologic's SANbloc modular network storage systems as the primary storage element of its DAMstor product line.

Mike Flannery, president of SanOne Inc. said, "Its a flexible pay-as-you-grow architecture. Scalable performance and support for industry standards makes Eurologic's SANbloc the ideal platform for our DAMstor SAN solutions. We believe the combination of SANbloc technology with our own DAM storage virtualization and extended connectivity capabilities creates an exciting new value proposition for the SAN market."

Through Eurologic's LINK Alliance Program, the companies also will cooperate on attempting to ensure the interoperability of SANbloc and DAMstor in SAN-based applications environments. In addition, the agreement calls for the companies to participate in joint sales and marketing initiatives.

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