Carbonite Appoints Optimus as Thailand Publisher

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Carbonite, Inc. today announced the appointment of Optimus (Thailand) Co., Ltd. as its Thai publisher of Carbonite Online PCBackup™. The product will be soon available for purchase in Thailand from Optimus at Baht 1,800 (including VAT) for a one-year subscription. An unlimited storage 15-day free online trial of the English Version, with no credit card required, is also available at http://www.carbonite.in.th. The trial can be extended to 30 days, with two free months of subscription on purchase, by entering the Offer Code 'OPTTH' when registering for the trial.

Carbonite Online PCBackup™ is the leading consumer backup service in the United States and Canada. Carbonite installs with just a few clicks and runs quietly in the background, continuously backing up all data files. It is completely automatic - once installed, Carbonite finds all new and changed files and continues to back them up whenever the PC is connected to the Internet. Storage capacity is unlimited - users never outgrow their Carbonite subscription no matter how much data they have. Carbonite never interferes with the speed of the user's PC or Internet browsing. Data is encrypted before leaving the local computer and is transmitted to Carbonite's secure data center using HTTPS (SSL) for total privacy.

"In the past few months Carbonite has experienced tremendous market penetration in Asia," said Floyd Bradley, Carbonite's EVP International. "After establishing distributors in Singapore and the Philippines, we are now delighted to be partnering with Optimus to bring Carbonite to Thailand. This launch is a another important step towards an increase of our presence in the Asia Pacific region, a market which should one day be as big for us as the North American region."

Mic Sachaphibulkij, CEO of Optimus, added, "Today we are proud to welcome Carbonite into our product family. With great features, ease of use and reasonable pricing, Carbonite will enhance our Internet and service offerings, and Thai small businesses and end-user consumers will reap significant benefits from this novel backup solution."

About Carbonite
Carbonite launched its Online PCBackup™ service in May 2006. Carbonite's industry-first offer of unlimited backup space for a flat low price revolutionized the market for consumer and small business backup services. So far the company has backed up over 1 billion files, has restored more than 100 million lost files for its customers and has a large data center where capacity is measured in petabytes. There are Carbonite users in nearly 100 countries.

Founded in 2005, Carbonite believes that computer users should not have to think about backup. The company's mission is to provide an affordable, reliable, secure and easy-to-use solution for the mainstream computer user. Carbonite is available to consumers and small business through numerous channels, including its corporate website, major US retailers and international distributors. For more information, please visit http://www.carbonite.com.

About Optimus
Optimus is derived from the Latin word meaning "one of the best, aristocrat, noble." It represents the company's business goal and professional position in the Thailand market place. Optimus' corporate philosophy is to do business in a noble manner and therefore be ONE OF THE BEST. Since the year 2000, Optimus has served the Thai market with the concept of providing reasonably-priced, latest technology products to offer the best solutions for customers. This means not only selling quality products, but also taking care of the entire delivery process, from choosing the right suppliers, products, features, and pricing to enabling customers to maximize the return on their technology investments. Located in the heart and capital of Thailand, Bangkok City, Optimus serves its customers with eight leading brands covering Internet connection devices, LAN and WLAN equipment, security solutions and computer accessories. For more information, please visit http://www.optimus.co.th.

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