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CRN: Knox Sees A Fort Knox in Web Server Back-Up

Feb 28, 2000, 23:02 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jan Stafford)

"Finding value-add opportunities in the lean and mean Internet data center market can be tough. So, Knox Software is leading its VARs to better margins in the rack-mounted server business with advanced back-up solutions."

"The emergence of slim-line rack-mountable 'server appliances' offers VARs a chance to win e-business customers, says Sam Siegel, president of Knox Software, based here, a back-up solutions provider for Linux and other operating systems. They're 'suitably configured to provide specialized services such as e-mail servicing, Web-hosting, or acting as a backup server platform,' he says. Best of all, 'these units are inexpensive, fast and operate well with the emerging Linux operating system.' "

"Knox (www.knox-software.com) recently extended its Arkeia software line to support Cobalt Networks' RaQ and Qube server appliances. Arkeia provides back-up for ISPs and corporations with a transaction engine that allows multiple backups and restores to be performed simultaneously with high reliability."

"Knox Software provides network support backup system for Linux, NT, NetWare and Unix-powered networks for large, medium and small environments such as data centers, ISPs, Web developers, workgroups and home users."

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