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South River Technologies and ParaScale Announce Cloud Storage Technology Partnership

ANNAPOLIS, MD -- (Marketwire) -- 04/21/09 -- South River Technologies, Inc. (SRT), an innovator in secure file transfer and collaboration software, announced today a technology partnership with ParaScale, a cloud storage software company. The partnership provides a complete standards-based solution for accessing data in the cloud.

SRT's WebDrive, a Universal File Access client, facilitates access to files on remote servers. ParaScale's Cloud Storage (PCS) software enables companies and service providers to build large storage clouds that can be accessed remotely, offering customers cost and security benefits. WebDrive creates an intuitive access point to files stored in ParaScale's storage cloud. Both companies have standardized on the WebDAV protocol to facilitate access and collaboration on important business data, while adhering to common internet standards.

"As cloud computing architectures evolve, it is imperative that vendors focus on standards at all levels," said Daniel Sholler, VP of Research at Gartner. "These include web standards, middleware standards and communication standards."

WebDrive provides intuitive access to cloud storage. "We conducted significant testing of numerous WebDAV clients and found WebDrive to be the most stable, high-performance, feature-rich option available. Within ParaScale, we have found it extremely useful for backing up our personal Windows laptops, including Vista-64 machines, to our internal cloud," said Cameron Bahar, founder and CTO, ParaScale, Inc.

The complete solution is available immediately through ParaScale resellers.

About South River Technologies

South River Technologies develops secure file management and collaboration software, allowing users to access, manage and share files over the Internet. SRT's products enhance customers' existing applications, instantly enabling secure access and collaboration within those applications. More than 65,000 customers in 114 countries use SRT's software for secure file access and collaboration. For more information, visit www.southrivertech.com.

About ParaScale, Inc.

ParaScale is headquartered in Silicon Valley and is focused on addressing the exploding bulk storage requirements for unstructured data including digital content and archival data. By combining ParaScale software and customer or reseller selected standard servers, service providers can build different types of public clouds and offer a variety of cloud storage services, while enterprises can start small and build their own corporate clouds within their own network. For more information, visit www.parascale.com.

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Contacts:
Tracy Welsh
VP, Business Development
410-266-0667
[email protected]

Beth Winkowski
ParaScale
978-649-7189
[email protected]

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