TapeWare Does It Again With New Disaster Recovery for Linux

Targeting the Linux World, Yosemite Technologies Creates a Fully Functional

Restore Feature for Linux Enthusiasts

Aug 21, 2002, 01:00 ET from Yosemite Technologies, Inc.

    FRESNO, Calif., Aug. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Disaster recovery is foremost in
 the minds of the storage and IT community in the wake of the post-911 world.
 Already a leader in disaster recovery as the only vendor certified to support
 HP's OBDR function, Yosemite Technologies has created a new fully featured
 Disaster Recovery solution for Linux enthusiasts.
     "Yosemite has always viewed the Linux environment as an exciting and wide
 open opportunity with a loyal following.  We believe our new Disaster Recovery
 for Linux will quickly become an integral part of the Linux community," says
 Robert Checketts, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.  The new TapeWare DR
 for Linux will include support for HP's OBDR function making disaster recovery
 a one-button proposition.  It will also support CD image DR, IDE and SCSI DR
 and autoloader DR.  As with all TapeWare Linux products, TapeWare Disaster
 Recovery for Linux is tested in Red Hat, Mandrake, SuSE, Debian and Slackware.
     Disaster Recovery for Linux is not the only improvement for the highly
 successful TapeWare.  TapeWare 6.3 Service Pack 3A also features USB support,
 faster speeds and supported drive configurations for IDE, SCSI and RAID
 devices.  It is also implemented with the new Microsoft .NET compiler.
     Yosemite Technologies is on the cutting edge of backup and restore
 technology.  "Expect TapeWare to be at the front of every major innovation.
 We are planning a new release to coincide with Microsoft's .NET release with
 updated database functions, updated device support, faster backup speeds and
 support for the new .NET platform," states Rod Christensen, CTO of Yosemite
     About Yosemite Technologies
     Yosemite Technologies, Inc. is a privately held backup software developer
 based in California.  With TapeWare, its award-winning flagship product,
 Yosemite Technologies, Inc. has become a leader in the storage management and
 backup sector and fosters key OEM relationships.
     Yosemite Technologies has an exclusive distribution agreement with Ingram
 Micro and follows an indirect sales channel model while always looking to
 recruit and establish relationships with resellers to sell and market
 TapeWare.  For more information on Yosemite Technologies and how to become a
 partner, visit www.tapeware.com.
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