Clients can use the Cloud for Remote Replication for Disaster Recovery

STERLING, Va., Oct. 14, 2011 –/– IceWEB, Inc.(TM) IWEB, , a leading provider of Unified Data Storage and building blocks for cloud storage networks, announced today that it has received an order from a cloud computing services company for an IceWEB Model 5000-HC Unified Storage Data Storage Platform. With the new IceWEB storage system, cloud users can use IceWEB replication services to automatically backup all their data, whether it is new data or a modification of existing files. IceWEB’s award winning replication service encrypts the data for secure communication in the cloud. In addition, the Model 5000-HC provides clients with an off-site resource for disaster recovery.

“Any business is at great risk when all their computing assets are located in one place,” said Ed Kraus, IceWEB Operations VP. “Having backup storage in the cloud, at a separate location just makes sense. And being online, customers have access to their data no matter where they are. All they need is a secure Internet connection.”

The IceWEB 5000-HC provides high-density storage for all business applications–whether they are in the cloud or the data center. Its 128-bit ZFS file system provides for easy and affordable scaling. The 5000-HC also supports Fibre Channel and 10GbE connections, is VMware compatible and includes features such as unlimited snapshots, clones, asynchronous and synchronous replication and many more at no extra charge.

All IceWEB Unified Storage Platforms are available through the Company’s exclusive value-added distributor Promark Technology (800-634-0255). Promark markets IceWEB products throughout the United States through its nationwide network of 1,200 channel partners. For more information, please visit .

About IceWEB, Inc.
IceWEB, Inc., headquartered just outside of Washington, D.C. manufactures and markets data storage products. For more information, please visit .

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IceWEB, Inc.
Investor Relations,
Stephen D. Axelrod, CFA,
Wolfe Axelrod Weinberger Associates, LLC.


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