4 Terabyte NAS Server First to Use 1 Terabyte SATA Disk Drives to Deliver
Best-in-Class Capacity, Performance

TORRANCE, CA — March 19, 2007 –MicroNet Technology, an innovator in
storage solutions for the small and medium business market, today unveiled
its Platinum NAS 4.0, establishing a new 4 terabyte capacity standard for
the SMB network attached storage market by being the first product in its
class to leverage the massive capacity of 1 TB SATA disk drives.

The Platinum NAS 4.0 delivers an optimal blend of capacity, performance,
and high-availability in a simple-to-deploy and easy-to-manage solution
that provides up to 4 TB of shared network storage capacity, giving
customers one-third more capacity while consuming one-third less energy
than competitive products.

“The storage capacity challenges for SMB and SOHO users continues to
skyrocket, driving an insatiable demand for massive capacity, easy-to-use,
affordable storage solutions,” said Joe Trupiano, Director of Marketing at
MicroNet. “With the PlatinumNAS 4.0, MicroNet is meeting these customer
challenges with a plug-and-play network storage solution that combines the
industry’s newest 1 terabyte disk drive technology with a customer-proven
performance-oriented NAS platform for a package of capacity and value that
competitors can’t match.”

MicroNet’s Platinum NAS 4.0 is built around an advanced architecture
incorporating high-availability design features — such as true
hot-swappable disk drives for zero down time operation — to meet the needs
of SMB users who prefer to spend more time managing their business and less
time worrying about their data storage. Platinum NAS 4.0 also supports RAID
levels 0, 1 and 5, including one-to-many RAID 1 mirroring and improved
reliability with an integrated backplane that boosts signal integrity and
eliminates the need to daisy-chain disk drive cables. Maximum data
availability is assured with support for uninterrupted online RAID
initialization, and simultaneous online RAID expansion and RAID level or
size migration.

In addition to the ultra-reliability of the Platinum NAS 4.0, MicroNet
delivers best-in-class NAS performance with an Intel XScale 64-bit network
storage processor optimized for fast file I/O operations and a RAID
controller that supports four independent SATA drive channels, enabling
high-speed data access across all ports simultaneously. Performance is
further enhanced with 256 MB of write-back/write-through error correcting
cache memory. Additionally, the Platinum NAS 4.0 is the only NAS server in
its class with standard dual-channel gigabit Ethernet connectivity to
minimize data bottlenecks and enable multiple sub-networks and workgroups
to access the server simultaneously with no adverse impact on data

This unmatched capacity, reliability and performance are available to the
broadest range of customers with support for Windows (including Vista),
Linux and Apple platforms.

The Platinum NAS 4.0 is part of MicroNet’s broad Platinum Series product
line that also features Platinum RAID, and the Platinum External hard disk
drives. All Platinum Series storage products feature a portable and
lightweight aluminum design that is both stylish and flexible. MicroNet
Platinum products are available from MicroNet, authorized VARs, and
catalogue resellers worldwide, and are distributed through Ingram Micro.

MicroNet’s Platinum NAS 4.0 will be available in the second quarter with
pricing starting at $879 for a 1 TB model.

About MicroNet Technology

Based in Torrance, California, MicroNet Technology develops a full range of
data storage solutions for creative professionals and IT managers. From the
affordable Platinum Series of desktop products through enterprise-wide
Storage Area Networks, MicroNet Technology continues to lead the industry
in quality, performance and value. MicroNet’s award-winning storage
solutions include SANcube FireWire Storage Area Networks, Omega Enterprise
storage and SAN solutions, miniMate and the Platinum family of personal
storage. For product and reseller information, contact MicroNet Technology,
at phone: 310-320-7272, fax: 310-328-0202, or on the World Wide Web at