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Enterprise Linux Today: Turbolinux Founders Launch New Storage Company - Mountain View Data

Oct 25, 2000, 20:23 (0 Talkback[s])

"Launching in U.S., Japan and China, Industry Renowned Linux File System and Data Storage Experts Team to Provide Reliable, Scalable and Cost-Effective Offsite Storage."

"TurboLinux founders Cliff and Iris Miller, along with industry renown file system and data storage authority Dr. Peter Braam, today announced the launch of a new, global storage service company - Mountain View Data. Leveraging advanced open source distributed file systems and commodity hardware, Mountain View Data will provide ISPs, ASPs, and enterprise data centers with reliable, scalable, high-performance and cost-effective offsite data storage and management solutions."

"Right now there are two major trends that impact our industry: one is the tendency for companies to outsource their IT and the other is the wolf-like appetite that everyone is showing for storage," said Cliff Miller, president and CEO of Mountain View Data. "We will provide highly reliable and scalable storage solutions at a fraction of the cost of traditional mainframe-based storage. And our leadership in storage technology will allow us to stay ahead of the pack."

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