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Search Cacher Joins Open Source Development Labs

On Demand Enterprise Search Provider to Participate in OSDL's Data Center Linux Working Group

SAN FRANCISCO and BEAVERTON, Ore., May 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Search Cacher Inc., the leading developer of enterprise search appliances, today announced that it is joining the Open Source Development Labs (OSDL), a global consortium dedicated to accelerating the adoption of Linux(R) in the enterprise. Search Cacher will participate in OSDL's Data Center Linux (DCL) working group to increase the adoption of Linux across the distributed enterprise.

Search Cacher's enterprise search appliances, based on Linux, allow customers in the high-tech, finance, legal, manufacturing and healthcare industries to integrate millions of documents and records.

"Search Cacher's customers continue to applaud our Linux platform technology for its extensibility," said Anshuman Sharma, CEO of Search Cacher, Inc. "By joining OSDL and participating in the Data Center Linux working group, we look forward to contributing our expertise in search technologies and working with other Lab members around the world to increase confidence for customers in deploying Linux-based solutions in the enterprise."

OSDL's DCL working group includes participation from leading IT vendors, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and end users from a variety of industries. The working group identifies capabilities required to accelerate Linux adoption in the data center and to recommend technical and business approaches to meet these requirements.

"The Data Center is an important focus for OSDL's efforts to address the needs of Independent Software Vendors and end users in different vertical markets," said Stuart Cohen, CEO of OSDL. "Search Cacher brings valuable expertise in a variety of vertical markets and we welcome their insight and contribution."

About Search Cacher, Inc.

Search Cacher solutions help businesses overcome information access challenges by delivering pervasive functionality, visibility and control capabilities through a family of scalable enterprise search appliances. The company's integrated products are helping businesses worldwide become more competitive, efficient and profitable through its unique Collect, Classify and Collaborate architecture. For more information, please visit the Search Cacher website at http://www.searchcacher.com/.

About OSDL:

OSDL -- home to Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux -- is dedicated to accelerating the growth and adoption of Linux in the enterprise. Founded in 2000 and supported by a global consortium of IT industry leaders, OSDL is a non-profit organization that provides state-of the-art computing and test facilities in the United States and Japan available to developers around the world. OSDL's founding members are IBM, HP, CA, Intel, and NEC. A complete list of OSDL member organizations is provided on the member page at OSDL Members.

Open Source Development Labs

CONTACT: Jennifer Cloer of Page One PR, +1-503-547-9451, or
[email protected], for OSDL; or Media Relations Manager of Search Cacher,
Inc., +1-415-623-2051, or [email protected]

Web site: http://www.osdl.org/

Web site: http://www.searchcacher.com/

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