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Services firm selects storage provider

SiteSmith, a company that runs computing systems for other companies, has selected StorageWay to provide the storage component of its service, the companies said Wednesday. StorageWay is one of a host of "storage service providers," companies that specialize in the increasingly complicated realm of data storage. Santa Clara, Calif.-based SiteSmith runs computer systems for large companies. StorageWay, based in Fremont, Calif., has data centers in Santa Clara, New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Toronto, Dallas and Washington, D.C.

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SiteSmith, a company that runs computing systems for other companies, has selected StorageWay to provide the storage component of its service, the companies said Wednesday. StorageWay is one of a host of "storage service providers," companies that specialize in the increasingly complicated realm of data storage.

Santa Clara, Calif.-based SiteSmith runs computer systems for large companies. StorageWay, based in Fremont, Calif., has data centers in Santa Clara, New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Toronto, Dallas and Washington, D.C.