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1 Quantum DXi-Series Distributed Backup and Replication Appliances

2 Introduction & Targets

3 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Conventional Disk Has Limitations When Applied to Backup Capacity and cost restrict disk use for retention and recovery Users have to expire or move data after a few days Limits one of the major benefits of disk backuprecovery speed Difficult to provide disaster recovery protection Disk backup systems are isolated Data volume makes replication impractical Disk volumes can require complex configuration and cant be directly shared Integration and service can be complex, require multiple vendors $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. The DXi-Series Is the Better Solution Easy-to-use disk backup appliances that leverage de-duplication technology Increase the effective capacity of disk & bandwidth of WANS Retain 10 to 50 times more backup data on fast recovery disk Retain data for months instead of days Increase available recovery points Make remote replication for DR practical Reduce bandwidth needed to move backup data between sites by up to 50 times Easy to install, use, and manage Service and support from the leader in backup, recovery and archive solutions DXi3500 DXi5500

5 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. DXi-Series Appliances Integrated backup appliances with wide range of capacities: All leverage Quantums de-duplication as core technology--up to 540TB of backup retention capacity Work with all leading backup applications Enterprise performance: up to 800GB/hour Retain months of backups on disk for sites with 250GB to 11TB of primary data Replicate data over WANs for DR Easy to use GUI Intelligent appliances that provide high performance de-duplication for all leading backup applications ConnectivityGbEFC, iSCSI PresentationNASVTL

6 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Advantage Over Conventional Disk Number of Backup Jobs Total GB Stored The more data you retain the greater the savings! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Capacity used by DXi-Series appliance Capacity used by conventional disk backup product Cost Savings

7 Specifications

8 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. DXi3500 and DXi5500 Features Data de-duplication technology Remote replication over IP NAS and VTL for backup CIFS/NFS iSCSI/FC High performance advanced file system w/ RAID 5 protection Redundant cooling, power supplies Flexible alert notification including e-mail and SNMP traps Event monitoring and logging StorageCare Guardian support DXi3500 DXi5500

9 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. The Quantum Advantage Quantums integrated software layer provides differentiated, high performance solution set Patented proprietary de-duplication technology High-performance, embedded file system In-line compression technology Asynchronous replication approach Flexible, high performance VTL interface Technology links between solutions and service Uniquely scalable technology Upgrade kit will be available for legacy DX30000/DX5000 Discovery (v3.x) units Next generation will link to larger Enterprise products Will leverage multi-tier policy engine, data mover technology

10 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. DXi-Series Configurations Upgrade kits will be available for increasing capacity Upgrades will have to use same drive capacity (500GB, 750GB) Native useable is before any benefits of

11 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. DXi-Series Configurations * Global spare available DXi3500 1.2TB 4 x 500GB Drives 2x 100/1000 BaseT 2x 2GB FC 2U 1600 Slots DXi3500 1.8TB 4 x 750GB Drives 2x 100/1000 BaseT 2x 2GB FC 2U1600 Slots DXi3500 2.8TB 8 x 500GB Drives 2x 100/1000 BaseT 2x 2GB FC 2U 1600 Slots DXi3500 4.2TB 8 x 750GB Drives 2x 100/1000 BaseT 2x 2GB FC 2U 1600 Slots DXi5500 3.6TB* 4 x 500GB Drives 2x 100/1000 BaseT 4x 2GB FC 5U 3200 Slots DXi5500 5.4TB* 4 x 750GB Drives 2x 100/1000 BaseT 4x 2GB FC 5U 3200 Slots DXi5500 7.2TB* 8 x 500GB Drives 2x 100/1000 BaseT 4x 2GB FC 5U 3200 Slots DXi5500 10.8TB* 8 x 750GB Drives 2x 100/1000 BaseT 4x 2GB FC 5U 3200 Slots Usable CapacityConnectivityRack SpacingMaximum Slot Count

12 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Matching Retention Capacity with Data to Protect Data to Protect range assumes normal business data, average change rate, either full or incremental backup model. Protection can be provided for multiple months. DXi-Series appliances provide options for broad range of data sets 1.2 TB 1 2 3 4 56 7 89 10 11 0 DXi3500 Models DXi5500 Models 1.8 TB 2.8 TB 4.2 TB 3.6 TB 5.4 TB 7.2 TB 10.8 TB TB of Primary Data To Protect

13 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. De-duplication benefits on DXi capacity *Capacities and amount of data protected assume standard business data mix and extended on-disk data retention. 20:1 capacity ratio assumes a weekly full and daily incremental backup model. 50:1 capacity ratio assumes daily full backups. Actual results will vary with data type, change rates, and backup methodologies.

14 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. With Performance to Match The DXi-Series delivers data center performance Entry level system: protects data at 290GB/hour Enterprise models: protect data at up to 800GB/hour Up to twice the performance of competitive products TB Written During 10-hour Backup Window at Rated Throughput DXi3500 DXi5500 0246810

15 Quantum De-Duplication

16 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. How Quantums Patented Data De-Duplication Works Based on data blocks More powerful than whole-file approaches, like single-instance store or incremental backup Finds variable-sized blocks in different locations, across different files, over an extended time period When a block is repeated, only a pointer is stored For highly redundant datasetslike backupthe advantage is extremely high The gain can be 50 to 1 for retained data, depending on change rates and retention policies

17 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Old MacDonald had a farm, And on this farm he had a cow, …. Old MacDonald had a farm, And on this farm he had a horse… Old MacDonald had a farm, And on this farm he had a pig… Without de-duplication, you save everything over and over. Old MacDonald had a farm, And on this farm he had a [cow]…. [horse]…[pig] With de-duplication, you save unique elements once…. then pointers to repeated elements. The same patterns are seen across various file types. Old_MacDonald.xlsOld_MacDonald.pdfOld_MacDonald.pp t Old_MacDonald.doc How Quantums Patented Data De-Duplication Works

18 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Its Like CompressionBut 10 to 20 Times More Powerful Compression Finds repeated small elements (a few Bytes) within a file sub-section Example: (6*0) instead of 000000 It stores unique elements, pointers & an index for each sub-section Typically achieves 1.5:1 to 2:1 improvement Example: 50 copies of 10 MB PPT occupy 50 x 10 MB = 500 MB; Compressed at 2:1 they occupy 250 MB Variable-Length Data De-duplicationBlocklets Finds repeated large elements (over 1 kB) inside a file and across different files Stores unique elements, pointers & an index for the entire disk Can achieve 10x, 20x, 40x or more capacity improvements Example: 50 copies of 10 MB PPT with Blocklets might occupy 5 MB! More powerful than single instance store because it operates at a sub-block level Example: 50 10MB PPTs with only a different title slide –Single Instance Store products store 50 separate files –Blocklets stores 50 title slides and one copy of the other 49

19 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. How Does It Work? Finding Natural Data Boundaries Using conventional fixed sized blocks Input now is the time using 4-character blocks now, is t, he t, ime. -- 4 unique blocks Add s to get snow is the time snow, is, the, time... 4 new and different blocks Two phrases = 8 unique blocks Using variable-length Blocklets Input now is the time using space as natural boundary now, is, the, time -- 4 unique blocks Add s to get snow is the time snow, is, the, time … only one new and different blocklet: snow Two phrases = 5 unique Blocklets

20 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. How Does Blocklets Work? Technology Overview – Blocklets De-duplication O B P GYR File A File A = R, G, Y, B, P, O, G, B, Y, R, O

21 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. How Does It Work? O B P RGY B POGYR File A File A = R, G, Y, B, P, O, G, B, Y, R, O G B YRO

22 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. O B P How Does It Work?RGY B POGYR File A File A = R, G, Y, B, P, O, G, B, Y, R, O G B YRO

23 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. RG L L OB A A P Y B R How Does It Work?O G YGBY File B File B = R, G, L, O, B, A, Y, G, B, Y File A = R, G, Y, B, P, O, G, B, Y, R, O O B P RGY B POGYR File A G B YRO

24 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. To Read A File… File A = R, G, Y, B, P, O, G, B, Y, R, O File B = R, G, L, O, B, A, Y, G, B, Y File C = R, A, Gr, B, A, Y, G, B, Y, Y, R File D = R, G, W, O, B, A, Y, G, B, R File E = R, G, Y, B, P, O, G, B, Y, R File F = R, A, Gr, B, A, Y, G, B, Y, G, R RAGr B AYG B Y YR File C A Gr P L Y B R O G

25 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Tradition Backup to VTL or Tape BACKUP DATA Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5VTL or Tape

26 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Basic Example of Blocklets BACKUP DATA Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5DXi3500/DXi5500

27 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. With Blocklets and Compression BACKUP DATA Incremental Changes Blocklets and Compression VTL or Tape

28 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Power Extends To Data Movement With conventional protocols and file stores, all the data needs to be moved. Conventional File Store File C: No Data De-duplication WAN

29 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. WAN A RAGr Power Extends To Data Movement Blocklet Protocol Saves Time & Money With Blocklets Protocol and Blocklet File Store, only unique elements need to be moved Gr B AYG B Y YR File C Step 1: A list of unique Blocklets is sent and compared to Blocklets index Step 2: Only unique data Blocklets are sent and the complete file list R, A, Gr, B, Y, G, Blocklets File Store Y L R L O G B File C = R, A, Gr, B, A, Y, G, B, Y, Y, R

30 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. O B P RGY B POGYR G B YRO How DXi uses 1 Blocklet compression is optimized for Optyon Data is sent via SAN interface from primary/secondary disk to DXi target DXi receives data and starts data reduction process, which is queued in cache as a background process 1 Once data is reduced, metadata is written to blockpool and Blocklets are compressed using Optyon adapter 1 Reduced and compressed data written to DXi target Data stored with metadata pointers to de-duplicated data Data appears native to initiators. ( Only DXi-DXi replication is reduction-aware)

31 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. De-Duplication is Significantly More Powerful Quantum Advantage Megabytes Finds duplicate data scanning an entire file rather than being limited to a file subsection Will seek and can take advantage of duplicate data within compressed files Can achieve a significantly higher physical disk space savings than compression 8:1 3:1 Original WinZip of original 1.8 : 1 Winzip of that same Directory Raw Directory / De-dupe De-Dupe then Compression 9:1

32 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Single-Instance Store Single-instance stores operate on the file level. Example: One 12MB PPT file is sent as an email attachment to 5 different people Single Instance Store products recognize that the files are identical and store only one copy … just like Blocklets will do. Both storage methods are able to rapidly retrieve the original file BUT… 5 Copies of the Same File Megabytes (part 1 of 2)

33 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. De-Duplication is Significantly More Powerful De-Duplication operates at the sub-block level Example: Same five 12MB PPTs with only a different title slide in each version Single Instance Store products now must store 5 separate files De-duplication stores 5 title slides and one copy of the remaining slides Both storage methods are able to rapidly retrieve the original file but de-duplication requires less disk space to store the files. 5 Slightly Different Files Megabytes (part 2 of 2)

34 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Conventional Backup Daily Backup RequirementsConventional Backup Environment -records full image every time DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 DAY 5

35 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Data De-Duplication Simplified Daily Backup Requirements Intelligent Backup Environment -records full image but writes only change. Actual Change DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 DAY 5

36 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Source of De-duplication Ratios Retention Policy Builds the De-duplication Ratio Cumulative BlockletsCumulativeUnique Full Created fromBlockletsBlockletsDe-dup BackupBackup SavesetProtectedStoredRatio #14 blocklets created4 protected4 stored4 : 4(1:1) … Some files are changed and blocklet R is replaced by blocklet P #24 blocklets created8 protected5 stored8 : 5 … Other files are changed and blocklet B is replaced by blocklet O #34 blocklets created12 protected6 stored12 : 6(2:1) The first Backup had zero de-duplication. The retention policy increases the de-duplication ratio P GY O RGYB P GYB

37 Replication

38 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Applying De-duplication to Replication Remote replication can be difficult for primary data Data must be quiesed and re-synchronized at a specific point-in-time Involves application, server, storage Complex, manual process to setup and manage Backup data is a natural replication candidate Backup process ensures that data is quiesced, available and recoverable at a specific, defined recovery point But backup volumes are large and WAN bandwidths are limited Replication has been a challenge for backup

39 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. DXi-Series Provides DR by Making Remote Replication Practical and Easy DXi-Series replication is automated, asynchronous background operation Intuitive GUI-based set-up & management De-duplicates data across multiple sites Provides bi-directional protectionunits can be both source and target Replication target can also provide local backup Quantums de-duplication increases effective WAN bandwidth up to 50 times or more by eliminating the need to send redundant blocks

40 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. IP Based Replication for VTL and NAS Many to One Replication Data blocks are moved automatically, asynchronously in background using IP WAN networks Utilizes De-duplication to reduce data transferred Data in transit is encrypted/decrypted automatically using 128-bit SHA-AES Units can replicate bi-directionally and multi-taskact as target and perform local backup 4 to 1 Initially available

41 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. WAN How does it work? Source DXi-Series Appliance Target DXi-Series Appliance With DXi-Series Replication only unique elements need to be moved Step 1: A list of unique elements is sent and compared to target DXi-Series Appliance Step 2: Only unique data blocks are sent and the complete file list

42 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Replication made simple Easy to configure for both VTL and NAS shares Pick which individual partitions you want to replicate Replication can be scheduled for daily operation

43 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Hours to Move 1 TB Backup Number of Replication Operations Making Backup Replication Practical A Simple Example 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Blocklets Data TransferConventional Transfer Replicating 1 TB over a T-3 Line At 5 MB/sec, it would take 50 hours to move a 1 TB backup using a T-3 lineevery time Assuming a 3:1 Blocklets de- duplication, the first backup set is moved in 17 hours If 10% of the files change, each subsequent move could take less than an hour. Bandwidth & Time Savings

44 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Tape Creation at Target Site Replication to Tape After replicating to the central site Use the backup software to clone data to tape

45 Configuration / Administration

46 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Easy to Use Web Interface All administration is accessed through Secure Web GUI Configure VTL, NAS Shares, replication and alert notification View hardware, replication, VTL performance status Apply new firmware and view event logs Administrator and Monitor roles with SSL support option Zero command line intervention required

47 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Interface dadministration

48 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Interface options make DXi-Series appliances easy to install & share Fits Many Environments VTL FC NetBackup CIFS Backup Exec VTL iSCSI NetWorker NFS Tivoli Storage Manager Support NAS and iSCSI or Fibre Channel VTL interfaces simultaneously Consolidate multiple Backup Environments Use native software Tape Library and Backup to Disk tools

49 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. NAS: Direct Network Interface NAS connection allows direct LAN attach Directly shared by all media servers Fast, easy to install in existing networks Seen as NFS or CIFS by backup software Choice for systems with few media servers, LAN-based data sets

50 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. NAS: Direct Network Interface NAS connection allows direct LAN attach via CIFS and NFS Designed to support native backup to disk tools including: CA BrightStor ARCserve Disk Staging Backup Commvault Galaxy Disk Option EMC NetWorker Disk Backup Option (DBO) Symantec Backup Exec Backup to Disk (B2D) Symantec NetBackup Disk Storage Unit (DSU) Disk Staging Storage Unit (DSSU) Backup Server NAS (Network Attached Storage) CIFS or NFS IP Network File Protocol DXi-Series NAS Share

51 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. NAS Configuration Simple NAS configuration Includes share type, permissions and environment parameters

52 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. CIFS Permissions / Access Control Can be configured as Workgroup or part of an Active Directory When running in a workgroup additional users can be configured to limit access

53 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. NAS Configuration Consolidated view of all configured NAS shares Including access rights, export type and if de- duplication is enabled

54 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. VTL: Flexible, High Performance VTL presentation with choice of Fibre Channel or iSCSI interface Up to 16 logical libraries, 64 drives, 3200 virtual tapes Looks like tape library to backup software Choice for high performance SAN environments Variable Cartridge Sizes 5GB to 2TB Backup Server SAN (Storage Area Network) Fibre Channel or iSCSI SAN SCSI Protocol DXi-Series VTL Partition

55 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Configuring Virtual Tape Libraries Made Easy 16 Virtual tape libraries or partitions available Each partition is addressed as a separate VTL Dedicated drives and tape cartridges Configure De-duplication per partition Simple view of unassigned drives and cartridges Configure each partition based on needs to help consolidation

56 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. VTL Performance and Status Single page view performance on each configured VTL partition This is includes both ingest and restore numbers

57 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Additional VTL Information Single view of capacity statistics and usage per VTL partition

58 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Better Resource Utilization Up to 64 virtual drives with 800GB/hr shared performance Better resource utilization DXi-Series can look like a few drives or many depending on backup needs Hosts

59 Management and Notification

60 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Single View Hardware Status

61 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Email Notification Ability to add email recipients or groups for each aspect of the appliance based off company polices and practices Can also be configured to send notification back to Quantum helpdesk

62 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. SNMP Alerts

63 Conclusion

64 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Easy to Install, Share, and Manage DXi-Series Appliances protect user investment in applications and processes Work directly with all leading backup software Benefit begins with single site installation No infrastructure change required Intuitive GUI makes configuration, management, alerting simple Supports centralized management of remote devices Interface options make DXi-Series appliances easy to install & share Support NAS and SAN VTL interfaces simultaneously

65 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Unified Service and Support Real-world backup, recovery often need multiple solutions Compact disk systems for midrange and smaller enterprise environments Large-scale disk systems for large enterprises Replication for some distributed environments Tape for backup, retention, large-scale restores DXi series is part of a complete backup solutions set From the leader in backup, recovery, archive Solutions-oriented consultation across technologies Industry leading service and support for all solutions and combinations

66 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. The Quantum Advantage Quantum integrated software layer provides highly differentiated, high performance solution set Patented de-duplication technology High-performance, embedded file system In-line compression technology Asynchronous replication approach Flexible, high performance VTL interface Technology links between solutions and service Uniquely scalable technology Next generation will link to larger Enterprise products Will leverage multi-tier policy engine, data mover technology

67 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. Quantums DXi Series Backup and Remote Replication Solutions Expand Disks Role Allow disk to play larger role in backup strategy Retain backup longer on fast recovery media by increasing disk capacity and recovery points Enable automated DR protection by reducing bandwidth and providing WAN-based replication Leverage Quantum technology synergies for industry leading performance and integration levels Make disk easy to install, share, and manage Unified support of your complete backup solution by Quantum, global leader in backup, recovery, archive

68 © 2006 Quantum Corporation. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties, does not necessarily represent the companys outlook and is for planning purposes only. DXi3500 & DXi5000 DXi5500 From 3.6To to 10.8To Up to 540To with deduplication* DXi3500 From 1.2To to 4.2To Up to 210To with deduplication* Up to 290Go/h Native 2 ports Gigabit iSCSI FC Configuration : 2 ports 2Gb/s From 1 to 32 virtual tape drives ( DLT-LTO) Connectivity: VTL (iscsi / FC) & NAS (NFS et CIFS) From 1 to 8 virtual tape libraries From 1 to 1600 virtual tapes Protection RAID5 Up to 800Go/h 2 ports Gigabit iSCSI natif FC Configuration : 2/4 ports 2Gb/s From 1 to 64 virtual tape drives ( DLT-LTO) Connectivity: VTL (iscsi / FC) & NAS (NFS et CIFS) From 1 to 16 virtual tape libraries From 1 to 3200 virtual tapes Protection RAID5 + Spare De-duplication & replication Intuitive Administration 500Go / 750Go SATAII hard disk Redundant & Hot-swap components StorageCare Guardian + several service coverage offer * 50:1 Ratio, variable on data type

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