StorageQuest Inc. Announces Release of Next-Generation Data Archiving Software for Primera® DVD Publishing Systems

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StorageQuest, Inc. is pleased to announce the version 5.1 release of its popular Reflector™ Network Backup and Archiving Manager software for Primera's Bravo™ series of disc publishers.

StorageQuest, Inc. (http://www.storagequest.com) is pleased to announce the version 5.1 release of its popular Reflector™ Network Backup and Archiving Manager software for Primera's Bravo™ series of disc publishers.

The Reflector software package allows users to write large quantities of data automatically spanning across multiple DVDs. The DVDs are automatically recorded and feature uniquely printed labels using a Primera disc publisher system. Hundreds of gigabytes of data can be easily transferred offline to DVD discs enabling this high-volume DVD publishing and archiving solution. A built-in database of all files written with Reflector is easily searchable to locate files that have been previously recorded. The fifth-generation of Reflector software supports the newest Primera devices, including the Bravo XR and Bravo XRP rack-mountable systems.

The software also includes numerous powerful new features including customizable scipts and "Hot Folder" support, dual-layer DVD recording, open-file backup, archive data verification and deletion, automatic HTML index file generation, and many speed and performance improvements. StorageQuest's software, combined with the newest Primera hardware make this package a powerful and flexible data archiving solution.

"We are pleased to have a development partner like StorageQuest", said Mike Atkins, Primera's OEM Sales Manager. "Reflector's functionality and features add value by addressing WORM archiving needs that previously required programming or integration. Now, a company can buy Reflector for use with a Bravo XR or XRP, and perform this task with minimal configuration allowing for an immediate return on investment."

Brendan Lelieveld-Amiro, head of operations for StorageQuest notes "We anticipate a great deal of demand for the new Primera version - it's a great product and a powerful add-on to existing Primera customers as well as for new customers with high-volume archiving needs." The software is available now and can be purchased by any authorized StorageQuest reseller.

About StorageQuest Reflector

StorageQuest Reflector archiving software for Windows is priced at 795.00 (MSRP) for the Bravo XR and 995.00 (MSRP) for the Bravo XRP, and includes one year of support and upgrades. Visit http://www.storagequest.com/our_products/reflector.php for more information and to download a free 14-day trial.

About StorageQuest, Inc.

Since its inception in 1998, StorageQuest has pioneered software technology, product and open solutions that continue to drive the evolution of optical storage. StorageQuest storage solutions include network attached appliances, storage management software backup/archive applications and services providing seamless storage management for open network environments. StorageQuest, Inc. is headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. http://www.StorageQuest.com

About Primera Technology

Headquartered in Plymouth, Minnesota, Primera Technology, Inc. is the world's leading developer and manufacturer of CD/DVD duplication and printing equipment. More than 80 percent of the Fortune 500 and thousands of small- to mid-sized companies, schools, government agencies, churches and other organizations use Primera disc publishing equipment. Primera is known for its Signature ® line of CD/DVD printers and Bravo-series CD/DVD publishers which include Bravo SE, Bravo II, BravoPro and Bravo XR-Series Disc Publishers (Disc Publisher SE, II, Pro and XR-Series in Europe and Scandinavia).

Notes

Bravo is a trademark and Primera is a registered trademark of Primera Technology, Inc.

Contact: Brendan Lelieveld-Amiro

Phone: 613-235-6919 x 225

StorageQuest Inc.

226 Argyle Ave,

Ottawa, ON Canada K2P 1B9

Phone: 613-235-6919

http://www.storagequest.com

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