InPhase Technologies signs Servright for Storage Solutions

InPhase
Technologies , has signed a nationwide contract with ServRight, an
Intrepid Company, a provider of service and maintenance solutions for
government and enterprise customers, to deliver on-site service and support
functions for customers of InPhase’s Tapestry 300r holographic storage
products. Under terms of the agreement, ServRight will provide warranty
service; ongoing maintenance; on-site support, and rapid response to InPhase
customers.

As of
April 1, 2007, Intrepid Technical Service and USNet, an Intrepid company, now
operate under the ServRight company name. The newly-combined company
maintains a strong presence in the imaging business, with more than 8,000
service partners and customers that include Fujitsu Computer Products of
America and Panasonic.

InPhase
will demonstrate its Tapestry product in the Maxell booth #C7736 in the Central
Hall of the
Las Vegas
Convention Center during the annual National
Association of Broadcasters (NAB) conference in

Las Vegas, Monday, April 16 through Thursday,
April 19. Also, ServRight will demonstrate the Tapestry product at its
booth #1859 at the AIIM Conference & Expo, at the

Boston
Convention Center,
Monday, April 16 through Thursday, April 19.

“We
are extremely excited about working with InPhase to support what is the next
generation in storage technology,” said Steve Ridenhour, CEO of
ServRight. “InPhase customers will have a highly-reliable storage
solution, and will also have the best field service support in the industry.”

InPhase will provide volume shipments of both the Tapestry300r drive, and
holographic media, in 2007. The Tapestry300r drive will store 300
gigabytes (GB) of information on a single 5 -inch disc, at a transfer rate of
20 megabytes per second (MB/s), or 160 megabits per second (Mb/s), to deliver
the highest-capacity optical storage solution on the market.

“Our customers for the Tapestry300r holographic drive and media represent some
of the most technically-sophisticated operations in the government and
corporate sectors, and they will have the premier support solutions firm
handling their business,” said Art Rancis, vice president of InPhase
Technologies. “The integrity and commitment of the ServRight team is
renowned; we are fortunate to have such an experienced firm handling service
and support for what is the first holographic storage product on the market.”