ASIA PACIFIC; October 12, 2007 Acronis, Inc. (http://www.acronis.com), a provider of affordable, scalable storage management and disaster recovery software, has collaborated with Advanced Micro Devices® Inc. (NYSE: AMD) to help its customers more effectively recover their information on servers and personal computers running on AMD processors.

ASIA PACIFIC; October 12, 2007 — Acronis®, Inc. (http://www.acronis.com), a provider of affordable, scalable storage management and disaster recovery software, has collaborated with Advanced Micro Devices® Inc. (NYSE: AMD) to help its customers more effectively recover their information on servers and personal computers running on AMD processors. 

With Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server, data is restored within minutes of a system crash that could otherwise permanently damage vital information. By joining the AMD64 Software Ecosystem, both companies can serve their customers better by helping them to save thousands of dollars in downtime by introducing comprehensive server protection to assure the availability, security, integrity and recoverability of their infrastructure.

“This alliance bolsters our continued commitment to bringing leading technology, choice, and innovation to our customers and AMD’s customers,” said Zorian Rotenberg, director of business development, Acronis. “By leveraging the best practices of both companies, we are bringing more comprehensive technology options to market.”

“Acronis’ technology helps ensure our joint customers can safeguard critical information that resides on servers and personal computers, and recover it quickly,” said Margaret Lewis, director, Commercial Solutions and Software Strategy, AMD. “Together, we can provide more effective technology offerings to help meet our joint customers’ needs.”

Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server allows customers to create a precise image of a server without interrupting server operations. A complete system restoration from that image can be performed in minutes to: an existing system; a new system with different hardware; or, a virtual machine.