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ISWest and Third Wave Deliver the Key in Proactive Technology Solutions to Businesses

ISWest and Third Wave Collaborate and Leverage Their Strengths and Service Offerings With Proactive Technology Solutions to Small and Medium Businesses

AGOURA HILLS, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 05/21/09 -- ISWest and Third Wave Technology Services (Third Wave), two client-focused technology companies, are collaborating to provide proactive technology solutions that create cost savings, increase productivity, and take the hassle out of technology for owners and management.

Third Wave helps businesses design, maintain, improve, and protect core technologies allowing businesses to concentrate on the core focus. Clients have been secure in knowing their technology is reliable, scalable, and in tune with company goals and objectives. "Through our partnership with ISWest, Third Wave is on the forefront in Managed Services solutions for small-to-medium-sized businesses. We're empowering clients with services, tools, and professional consulting that bridge the gap between their company goals and the realities of their technology," said Steve Balmer, Account Executive at Third Wave. He added, "Client success is our passion. We strive to turn technology into a tool that helps clients cut cost and drive revenue. ISWest provides us the world class Internet service, support and reliability to reach that goal."

ISWest recently built its 2nd Data Center in Agoura Hills, which has been given a standing ovation by partners, customers and industry critics. This new "Green" Server Colocation facility boasts massive amounts of redundant power, air and bandwidth with eight backbone providers under one roof. Security is also very high requiring biometric hand scanning before entering a vault door to the Data Center. High Definition cameras watch over customers' equipment and movements within the data center, keeping 90 days of recordings and making this new facility PCI compliant.

Drew J. Kaplan, CEO of ISWest, remarks, "We are very excited about this new partnership with Third Wave. They have a similar philosophy of high standards in customer care. We've already deployed a very successful Data Center Colocation for one of Third Wave's Financial clients who had very strict security and compliance requirements."

About ISWest

Ranked one of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the country by INC. Magazine, ISWest provides customers with high-speed Internet access, Server Colocation, Managed Server solutions, Web and Email Hosting, and a full range of Online Backup services. ISWest's core philosophy of "People Wrapped around Technology" creates a superior customer experience through Nonstop Internet, Nonstop Support and Nonstop People; proof of this is demonstrated by their 98% customer retention. For more information, call Drew Kaplan 818-735-3000 or visit www.ISWest.com.

About Third Wave

Third Wave provides technology solutions to small and medium businesses in the greater Los Angeles area. Over the top customer service and 100% client focus is the key to success. Services offerings include Remote and Onsite support, 24/7 monitoring, comprehensive Managed Services, Disaster Recovery planning, and "Rent a Chief Technology Officer (CTO)." For more information, call Steve Balmer 310-256-4862 or visit www.thirdwavets.com.

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Drew Kaplan
ISWest
818-735-3000

Steve Balmer
Third Wave
310-256-4862

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