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Posted Mar 24, 2003

Savantis releases dbSwitch(TM) for Database Server Consolidation

By Staff

[From Savantis]

Lexington, MA (March 24, 2003) - Savantis Systems, Inc., the leading provider of database server consolidation solutions, announced today the immediate availability of dbSwitch. dbSwitch is the first product to provide switched access to databases, virtualizing the database server layer of the data center. The result is a Database Area Network (DAN), which enables database server consolidation and provides high availability, resource optimization, and capacity management for all database applications.

"dbSwitch delivers an immediate return on investment by reducing total server requirements while simultaneously gaining high availability," said Bob Doyle, VP/Chief Database Architect, at Epsilon, a Relizon Company. Doyle, who was one of the early adopters of the Savantis technology, went on to say, "Even our non-critical applications gain high availability at a cost that is easily justified by long term increases in productivity and reduced down time."

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