Open Source Storage Completes Certification with the Sun Microsystems Solaris Ready Program

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The OS Storage award-winning OSVault™ 4.0 Network Archive appliance successfully passed testing under Sun Microsystems' "Solaris Ready" program on both SPARC® and x86/x64 systems.

Open Source Storage, a leading developer of Network Attached Archival products, today announced the company has completed testing and certification of their award-winning OSVault™ Network Archive appliance under Sun Microsystems' "Solaris Ready" program. The OSVault™ 4.0 product successfully passed testing with the Solaris™ 10 Operating System (OS) on both SPARC® and x86/x64 systems. This certification ensures that Open Source Storage customers can be confident of complete open network compatibility, functionality and full interoperability in enterprise class Sun Microsystems™ computing environments.

"We are pleased to have Open Source Storage gain Sun Solaris Ready certification," said Dan Powers, Senior Director, ISV Engineering, Sun Microsystems, Inc. "With certification on Solaris 10, Open Source Storage customers can be assured that OSVault™ Network Archive appliances have met the rigorous testing requirements of the Solaris Ready Program, and that Open Source Storage is dedicated to providing long-term support to its end-users."

"We are excited to be part of the Solaris Ready Program. Sun Microsystems' vision of open network computing parallels our own view of full and open interoperation between vendors," said Chuck Larabie, Vice President of Open Source Storage. "We have made it our mission to deliver affordable and compatible network archival solutions, dispelling the myth that enterprise-class solutions are complex and expensive to acquire and operate."

The OSVault™ Network Archive Server eliminates the need for costly proprietary archival software to control near line systems by delivering a complete appliance based solution which transforms the near line system into a network attached share at prices beginning under $10,000.

About Open Source Storage:
Founded in 2003, Open Source Storage has its headquarters in Littleton, Colorado. Open Source Storage is a leading developer of network attached archival appliances and its corporate focus is delivering affordable open archival solutions to all major markets. More information can be found at http://www.osstorage.com

Company Contact:
Chuck Larabie
303-857-5136

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Tracy Laidlaw
Beyond Words LLC
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