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Texas firm adds leading document management software to increase storage solutions for clients

Ottawa, ON Canada and Houston TX, USA – May 3, 2001

KOM Networks announced today that Docs Etc., a document imaging company, has joined the company as a reseller of KOM Networks storage virtualization and data management products.

Docs Etc., based in Houston, Texas is a leading document management company that provides full turnkey information management solutions for document management and document scanning services for a wide variety of clients from state and local governments to large, multi-national companies and local firms.

Docs Etc. will be representing the OptiStorm® for Windows 2000/NT and OptiServer® for UNIX/VMS optical storage products from KOM Networks. OptiStorm® and OptiServer® have long been the industry standard in magneto optical storage solutions for document imaging and document management.

According to a recent report by the Gartner Group, the storage management market is expected to grow to over $14.7 billion over the next four years, and IT departments will continue to increase their storage budgets by up to 20% to meet growing demands for storage.

"We are extremely happy to be able to present OptiStorm® and OptiServer® to our clients. More and more, our clients are demanding the best in storage solutions and with KOM Networks, we are confident that we are providing our clients with the best option available in storage," said Terrence Adams, CEO of Docs. Etc.

"With the addition of Docs Etc. to our family of resellers and partners, we continue to expand the reach of KOM products into the market place. This growth will continue to position the company as a leader in data storage and storage management," said Jeffrey Dale, President of KOM Networks.

OptiStorm® for Windows NT/2000 is a storage management solution which enables data to be written directly to optical media (WORM, Rewritable, CD-ROM, DVD-RAM and DVD-ROM) and managed as a standard magnetic hard drive.

OptiServer® is a storage management solution for UNIX and VMS which enables data to be written directly to optical media (WORM, Rewritable, CD-ROM, DVD-RAM and DVD-ROM) and managed as a standard magnetic hard drive.


About KOM Networks

KOM Networks is a world leading provider of flexible, secure data archiving and storage management software. Over 10,000 of the world's leading corporations have recognized KOM Networks as the most logical, unobtrusive and secure way to store, access and protect their data. KOM is enabling enterprises large and small a cost effective way to improve productivity and meet compliance requirements without altering their network infrastructure or daily business routines. The industry pioneer holds vital industry patents for electronic file lifecycle management, virtual file management and eWORM fixed content hard disk archiving. Find out how KOM Networks can help you implement a comprehensive information lifecycle solution to optimize your existing storage environment and meet your compliance requirements. Contact us at 1-888-556-6462, sales@komnetworks.com or visit our website for more information. www.komnetworks.com.

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Contact Information:   Barbara Tarallo
KOM Software, Marketing Department
Tel: +1(613)599-7205
Fax: +1(613)599-7206
Email: sales@komsoftware.com
Website: www.komsoftware.com

About Docs Etc. Inc.

Founded in 1994, and with working locations across two states, DEI provides Information Management Solutions, Document Management and Document Scanning Services.

Docs Etc. provides industry leading data storage and document management services for clients in accounts payable and receivable, legal and litigation, healthcare and medical, manufacturing , Aerospace, and Government.

For more information about Docs Etc., please visit www.docsetc.com.

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