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Hammer Storage
Offices: San Jose, California
Hammer Storage for business serves a growing market demand for storage that delivers high-end features without requiring dedicated storage management staff. Whether you are looking for entry-level NAS products for general file sharing or high-performance, high-scalability SoIP devices that offer both block and file-level services, Hammer Storage offers a solution that is cost-effective and designed with simplicity and manageability in mind.
Hitachi Global Storage Technology
Offices: San Jose, California
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies was founded in 2003 and was formed as a result of the strategic combination of Hitachi and IBM's storage technology businesses. The company's vision is to enable users to fully engage in the digital lifestyle by providing access to large amounts of storage capacity in formats suitable for the office, on the road and in the home. Hitachi Global Storage Technologies is positioned to immediately advance the role of hard disk drives beyond traditional computing environments to consumer electronics and other emerging applications.

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IBM Storage
Offices: White Plains, New York
One of the most recognized names in business, IBM is the world's largest information technology company, and the world's largest consulting services organization. IBM strives to lead in the invention, development and manufacture of the industry's most advanced information technologies, including computer systems, software, storage systems and microelectronics. They translate these advanced technologies into value for their customers through their professional solutions, services and consulting businesses worldwide.
Iomega
Offices: San Diego, California
Established in 1980, Iomega Corporation is a global leader in reliable portable data storage. Iomega solutions help consumers, home and small business customers to manage, preserve, use and share their digital content and data. Iomega® is committed to providing a world-class customer experience.
Iron Mountain
Offices: Boston, Massachusetts
Iron Mountain currently safeguard and provide access to more than 440 million cubic feet of records, 75 million computer backup tapes, 7.4 petabytes of raw storage, 2.5 million PCs and 20,000 servers, and the list is exponentially growing. They’re proud that our customers have put their trust with us. We safely store some of the world’s most valuable historical artifacts, cultural treasures, business documents and medical records. To properly protect and render this information, Iron Mountain employs almost 20,000 professionals.
Isilon Systems
Offices: Seattle, Washington
Isilon® Systems is the worldwide leader in clustered storage systems and software for digital content, enabling enterprises to transform data into information - and information into breakthroughs. Isilon's award-winning family of IQ clustered storage systems combine Isilon's OneFS operating system software with the latest advances in industry-standard hardware to deliver modular, pay-as-you-grow, enterprise-class storage systems.

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Kanguru
Offices: Beaverton, Oregon; Dallas, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia & New York, New York
Kanguru Solutions was founded in 1992 in Holliston, Massachusetts. The company originally got its start developing and selling interactive kiosks for retail stores in the New England area. The evolution of the company was forever changed when, in the summer of 1993, co-founders Donald Brown and George Moser brainstormed and developed a revolutionary new storage device for PCs. The result was a first of its kind, removable and external hard drive they dubbed the KanguruDisk.

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LaCie
Offices: Hillsboro, Oregon
LaCie's principal activities are to develop, manufacture and distribute computer hardware and peripherals, namely hard disks, removable disks, optical drives, DAT back-up systems, CD-ROM drives and recorders, CD's and DVD's. They provide a comprehensive after-sales service. They have subsidiaries in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom and the United States.
Lefthand Networks
Offices: Boulder, Colorado
LeftHand Networks is the leader in Open iSCSI SANs. The company pioneered the IP SAN market with its first Ethernet-based storage area network in late 2001. Open iSCSI SANs allow customers choice and flexibility to purchase a variety of hardware platforms powered by their SAN/iQ® software. The breadth of platforms now available includes the HP ProLiant DL380, NSM 260 and NSM 160, as well as SAN solutions from more than 20 other OEM partners worldwide. Customers can select the SAN that fits their environment best, based on performance, capacity, and budget requirements.
Lexar
Offices: Fremont, California
Lexar is a leading manufacturer and marketer of award-winning removable flash memory cards, USB flash drives, card readers and ATA controller technology solutions for the digital photography, consumer electronics, industrial and communications markets. As a digital storage innovator, Lexar was the first to develop and advance proprietary read-write speed standards for its CompactFlash cards, and holds over 70 controller patents
LG Storage Technology
Offices: Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
LG Electronics pursues its 21st century vision of becoming a true global digital leader who can make its customers worldwide happy through its innovative digital products and services. LG Electronics set its mid- and long-term vision anew to rank among the top 3 electronics, information, and telecommunication firms in the world by 2010. They embrace the philosophy of “Great Company, Great People,” whereby only great people can create a great company, and pursue two growth strategies involving “fast innovation” and “fast growth.”

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MaXXan Systems
Offices: San Jose, California
MaXXan Systems was founded in 2000 with the philosophy that applications for storage management and storage protection are best deployed within the SAN fabric to provide maximum cost efficiency and minimal overhead on servers and storage devices. In March 2003, MaXXan was first to market with a product line that realized that strategy, when they introduced their MXV family of Secure Storage Application Platforms (SSAPs) that enabled the centralized integration of intelligent storage applications.
Mozy
Offices: Seattle, Washington
Founded in 2005, Mozy is the world’s most trusted online backup service for consumers and businesses with more than 1 million customers and 70,000 business customers backing up 70 petabytes of information to multiple data centers around the globe. They prtect your files with military-grade encryption—the same security online banks use during data transfer. Mozy is owned by EMC Corporation, a Fortune 500 company.
Mu Security
Offices: Sunnyvale, California
Mu Security is an early-stage innovator creating a new class of security analysis system. The company's mission is to widely deploy security analysis and reduce product and application vulnerabilities. The security analysis process and the Mu-4000 Security Analyzer platform provide a rigorous and streamlined methodology for verifying and improving the security readiness of any IP-based product or application.

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NEC Storage Solutions
Offices: Irving, Texas
NEC delivers resilient and self-managing storage systems that preserve your most valuable resource: time. NEC eliminates the need for downtime associated with time-consuming forklift upgrades, while lowering operating costs through dense and energy-efficient storage. From SAN storage to backup & archive, you can fulfill all of your storage needs with NEC.
NetApp
Offices: Sunnyvale, California
NetApp creates innovative storage and data management solutions that help our customers accelerate business breakthroughs and achieve outstanding cost efficiency. Their dedication to principles of simplicity, innovation, and customer success has made them one of the fastest-growing storage and data management providers today.

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Overland Storage
Offices: San Diego, California
Overland's range of award-winning data protection solutions include the ULTAMUS SERIES™ of primary storage appliances; the REO SERIES® of disk-based backup and recovery appliances; and the NEO SERIES® and ARCvault of tape backup and archive appliances. These solutions span all three tiers of storage, making Overland the first company to offer cost-effective, end-to-end data protection solutions designed for mid-range environments.

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Polyserve
Offices: Beaverton, Oregon; Dallas, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia & New York, New York
PolyServe software consolidates servers and storage into manageable, scalable and available database and file serving utilities. This approach overcomes the limits of server virtualization to extend consolidation benefits to mission-critical applications, and addresses all three major data center cost footprints: hardware, software and storage. Their customers typically see their server and software installs cut in half, configuration and management time slashed by as much as 75%, and total cost of ownership lowered by more than 50%.

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Quantum
Offices: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Quantum, a global leader in storage, delivers highly reliable backup, recovery and archive solutions that meet demanding requirements for data integrity and availability with superior price/performance and comprehensive service and support. Quantum offers customers of all sizes an unparalleled range of solutions, from leading tape drive and media technologies, autoloaders and libraries to disk-based backup systems.