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ExaDrive Networks

ExaDrive Networks, founded in 1999, is the leading provider of enterprise-class ATA storage solutions. ExaDrive Networks' products are designed to meet the max-density, high-performance requirements of the SAN, NAS, and RAID array environments while offering the cost-benefits of ATA disk technology. The Diamond Series ATA-RAID storage array offers extraordinary capacity, ease of operation and reliability. ExaDrive Networks' products are available through an international network of Distributors, Systems Integrators and VAR's. ExaDrive Networks has a corporate focus on high performance storage solutions with high reliability, availability and serviceability. For more information, visit ExaDrive Networks' web site at

acquired etc storage companies
gone-away, dead and merged companies
The vaporware at 40,000 feet smelled clean
and fresh. Megabyte's personalized balloon
was the last remaining asset from his VC
funded "lighter than air" storage company.
What is Data Recovery? - article by  Disklabs
What is Data Recovery? - article by Disklabs

The first time you try any new technology service it can be a bit daunting. Who do you choose? What if it goes wrong? The pressure really turns up when you are in the situation of having lost your data due to a backup failure, hardware fault, operator error or physical disaster. That's usually the first time you look at the data recovery market. and it's when you're in a high state of anxiety and can't take the risk of anything else going wrong. This article is a simple guide to how the data recovery industry works and how it can help you in this frightening situation. the article,...Disklabs profile, Data Recovery, backup software, Hard disk drives

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