SOURCE: Njini, Inc.

April 18, 2007 08:00 ET

Njini Participates in Fan Working Group at Storage Networking World Conference

Storage Innovator Fosters Collaboration With Storage Industry Giants; Njini, EMC, HP, IBM, Microsoft, NetApp, Brocade, Acopia Chart FAN Course

SAN DIEGO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 18, 2007 -- Njini, Inc., a pioneer in policy-based Network File Control and Management, today announced at this week's Storage Networking World Conference its participation in the File Area Network (FAN) working group, an industry-wide collaboration to define the FAN concept for future adoption by the storage industry standards committee.

"Njini is delighted to be a founding member and active contributor of the FAN working group as we help chart the course of this industry initiative that we believe will benefit customers significantly, as they struggle to manage and control the rampant growth of unstructured data within their organization," said Phil Maynard, Director of Product Marketing of Njini. "This dynamic group is made up of some of the most well-respected and influential players in the storage industry, yet it is small enough to work quickly and efficiently while encouraging creative and open discourse."

The FAN working group is comprised of established companies such as EMC, HP, IBM, Microsoft, NetApp, Brocade, Acopia and Njini and company representatives will be meeting throughout the duration of the Storage Networking World Conference from April 16th - 18th, 2007 in San Diego, CA.

At the conference, Njini will be located at the Storage Solutions area and representatives will be on-hand to speak with the media and members of the press.

About Njini

Coping with the ever-increasing influx of data is one of the biggest challenges facing corporations today. Njini solves this problem through Information Asset Management. Information Asset Management automatically tags files with business relevant information in real-time and automates file management to significantly reduce the cost of storage and improve information security, integrity and compliance.

Founded in 2003, by Phil Tee and Mike Swoboda, successful serial entrepreneurs, Njini is headquartered in London with operations in the US and Europe and backed by venture capitalists Accel Partners, Add Partners and Intel Capital. With a combined experience of over 100 years in the storage, networking and systems management industries, the Njini management team brings intensive business and technical know-how to bear on this revolutionary new IT category.

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