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Facilis Technology Announces Support for Mac OS X Lion

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, a leader in advanced shared storage solutions for post-production and content creation, today announced that it has qualified its TerraBlock line of shared storage solutions, versions 5.0 and above, for Mac OS X Lion. “Integrating support for OS X Lion into TerraBlock is an extension of our commitment to supporting the latest and most advanced platforms for creative professionals,” said Shane Rodbourn, SVP & general manager, Facilis. "Customers who use or purchase TerraBlock 5.0 and above can now experience the same high performance and capacity of TerraBlock with the highly anticipated OS X Lion release.” TerraBlock, Facilis’ high-capacity, shared storage system, supports Fibre channel and Ethernet, volume and file-level control, and multiple platforms. It outperforms the competition and provides a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) than that of traditional SAN infrastructure. While Facilis TerraBlock, versions 5.0 and above are qualified for OS X Lion, not all third party creative applications that may be running on TerraBlock support the release. Facilis advises users to contact application providers to verify support before upgrading.

About Facilis Technology

? Facilis Technology, Inc. was founded in 2003 to bring advanced shared storage to television and film post production at a reasonable price. The company designs and builds high-capacity, turnkey solutions that are open, flexible and scalable; enabling content creators to collaborate and work more efficiently.

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