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Agate and DataZONE Partner to Deliver Hot Swappable Storage

Agate Technologies Inc. has announced that it has signed an agreement with DataZONE Corp. to incorporate Agate's intellSWAP Data Access Agent technology into its family of transportable storage devices. Agate's intelliSWAP agent allows intelligent application execution without the need for user intervention upon hot device insertion. As part of the agreement, Agate will market the DataZONE products to its customer base. DataZONE and Agate plan to jointly market the DataBook hard drive, which has been qualified to withstand a shock rating of 10,000 G, a 4 foot drop.

Agate Technologies is a software technology development and design company providing software and solutions that make data and peripherals instantly available on multiple devices and platforms.

DataZONE is a company that develops, markets, and sells transportable storage devices.

Contact Agate Technologies, (510) 492-5430, www.agatetech.com.

Contact DataZONE, (888) 660-8688, www.datazonecorp.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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