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Tiger Technology Certifies ADTX RAID for MetaSAN

ADTX L Series RAID Approved on MetaSAN for Mac, Windows and Linux (April 14, 2005)

Advanced Technology and Systems Co., Ltd. (ADTX), a leading manufacturer of reliable and affordable high performance computer storage for the video, data and backup applications announces the L Series High Performance RAID is compatible with Tiger Technologys MetaSAN cross platform file sharing Storage Area Network (SAN) management software.

The ADTX engineered and manufactured L Series High Performance RAID controllers use high speed memory and a parity generating coprocessor to achieve the superior throughput rates it is known for. With the very high data rates, the L Series RAID becomes even more cost effective in a SAN than the competition because less L Series units are required to produce the throughput needed.

?MetaSAN working with an ADTX L Series RAID in a cross platform SAN is proving to be an inexpensive solution, notes Alexander Lefterov, co-founder, vice president of technology and CTO, ?simultaneous high speed reads and writes were achieved across multiple platforms?and that was using only one of two possible controllers of the ADTX RAID.


?The combination of high performance storage and a high speed SAN with cross platform file sharing capabilities at affordable prices is now a reality, says Naresh Chadha, President of International Operations for ADTX, ?Using an ADTX L Series High Performance RAID and Tiger Technologys MetaSAN software together will provide a low cost solution that is more flexible and higher performance at the same time.

ADTX will be exhibiting their current SATA RAID products at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) event April 18-21 in Las Vegas. In booth SL4555D, located in the Digital Asset Management Pavilion, ADTX will demonstrate the superior performance of the L Series RAID. ADTX will use NAB to introduce and display three new RAID systems as well as a sneak peek at the next generation in storage technology. Additional information is available on the ADTX website at http://www.adtx.com/us or by calling (949) 583-2993.


About Tiger Technology
Founded in 2003, Tiger Technology GmbH, is a privately held company based in Zurich, Switzerland, delivering new technologies and OEM solutions in the field of storage area networking. The companys flagship product MetaSAN builds upon years of SAN-related expertise and development to bring digital content creation and enterprise professionals involved with handling large bandwidth files a unique, cross-platform, hardware-agnostic, high-speed file sharing SAN management solution that sets new standards for workgroup collaboration and reliability.

For further information on Tiger Technology please visit www.tiger-technology.com.


About Advanced Technology and Systems Co., Ltd. (ADTX)
ADTX, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan with U.S. and European operations located in Irvine, Calif., is a leader in the development and manufacturing of high quality and affordable data storage products such as RAID systems, mirror drives and multimedia storage devices. ADTX SATA RAID systems offer the ?Best in Class storage products with fibre channel or SCSI interfaces for SAN and DAS solutions. Development and manufacturing of the products started over 11 years ago with one of the first IDE / ATA based RAID systems to be introduced. ADTX has grown to become publicly traded on NASDAQ Japan with over 300 employees worldwide and 2004 sales of over $100 Million.

For further information visit www.adtx.com/us or call (949) 583-2993.


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