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To: Dalin who wrote (16)11/4/1999 9:48:00 PM
From: md1derful
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Nice job...I must say that today's action was somewhat surprising, made more so buy the crazy trading in the upper 20's which occurred in the aftermarket and premarket ...altho the volume was high by aftermarket standards, it was utlimately miniscule by market standards and most of the action occurred around 20 all day today with staggering volume again....no one sold for under 18.5 or so today which is significant..so today while appearing quite ugly when looking at the chart with the stock as high as 27, this was mearly some consolidation in the 19-21 range and perfectly acceptible. Now tomorrow we need to consolidate this more, at the minimum staying in this trading range or, of course hopefully blasting upward!!!

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To: md1derful who wrote (17)12/21/1999 5:28:00 PM
From: bob gauthier
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Looks to me like Datalink filed a SEC S-8 for 1.3 million shares, employee options. Good??? Bad??? Comments???
Thanks...
Bob Gauthier...

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To: bob gauthier who wrote (18)12/28/1999 4:16:00 PM
From: bob gauthier
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Datalink Press release on their Web site:
'Datalink.....announced today that BROCADE Communications Systems....has selected Datalink to implement a state-of-the-art internal Storage Area Network (SAN) at the BROCADE headquarters in San Jose, California.

Bob Gauthier

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To: bob gauthier who wrote (18)12/28/1999 4:18:00 PM
From: bob gauthier
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Title: Datalink Selected for Internal Storage Area Network Implementation At
BROCADE
Date: 12/28/99

MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 28, 1999--
Systems Integrator to Deliver State-of-the-Art SAN with LAN-free
Backup and Shared Disk Capabilities
Datalink (Nasdaq: DTLK), a leading, independent networked storage
solutions provider, announced today that BROCADE Communications
Systems, Inc. (BROCADE(R)) has selected Datalink to implement a
state-of-the-art internal Storage Area Network (SAN) at the
BROCADE headquarters in San Jose, California.
Tailored to support BROCADE's rapid growth as the leading supplier
of Fibre Channel fabric solutions, Datalink will implement an
advanced storage management solution for BROCADE in a multi-phase
approach. Phase one includes the integration of LAN-free backup
(with dynamic tape allocation) and shared disk capabilities in a
homogeneous, multi-server environment. In phase two, Datalink will
build upon this infrastructure, incorporating multi-node
clustering and scaled storage systems for BROCADE's heterogeneous,
multi-server environment. Datalink's SAN provides the
infrastructure to support BROCADE's data assets into the future by
accommodating growth and ensuring availability and recoverability.
"Expanding our storage area network capabilities is an important
part of our IT strategy during this period of rapid market growth.
As the leading provider of fabric switches to enable fast,
reliable connectivity for storage area networks, expanding our own
internal SAN infrastructure will help support our ever-increasing
storage and information needs," said Michael Jones, BROCADE chief
information officer.
"We are pleased BROCADE selected Datalink to integrate a multi-
phase SAN solution," states Greg Meland, Datalink president and
CEO. "BROCADE's selection of Datalink for this project is an
important testimony of our SAN integration expertise."
About Datalink
Datalink Corporation, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is the
industry's leading independent provider of networked storage
solutions for Open Systems computing environments. Designed to
store, access, and protect business critical information, the
Company's solutions are developed using best-of-breed technologies
and professional services. A comprehensive suite of services -
analysis, design, integration, implementation, training, technical
support, and maintenance - are delivered by Datalink's multi-
tiered professional services organization.
For more information on Datalink, call 1-800-448-6314, e-mail
info@datalink.com or visit datalink.com.
"Safe Harbor" Statement under the Private Securities Litigation
Reform Act of 1995: Statements in this press release regarding
Datalink Corporation's business which are not historical facts are
"forward-looking statements" that involve risks and uncertainties.
For a discussion of such risks and uncertainties, which could
cause actual results to differ from those contained in the
forward-looking statements, see "Risk Factors" in the Company's
Prospectus and information contained in reports filed with the
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.


CONTACT: Datalink Corporation, Minneapolis
Donna Grover
(612) 944-3462
(612) 944-7869 (fax)


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To: bob gauthier who wrote (20)3/8/2000 8:18:00 AM
From: bob gauthier
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Datalink and holders file to sell 2.5 mln shares
WASHINGTON, March 7 (Reuters) - Datalink Corp. (NasdaqNM:DTLK - news), aprovider of networked data storage solutions, filed on Tuesday to sell 2.2 million shares of common stock and some of its stockholders filed to sell 300,000 shares.

The company will likely net $42 million from the sale of its shares which will be used to fund its growth and expansion plans as well as working capital and other general corporate purposes, according to a prospectus filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

It will not receive any of the proceeds from the shares sold by stockholders who include its chief executive and president Greg Meland, the filing said.

After the offering there will be almost 11 million shares outstanding.

The underwriters, Salomon Smith Barney, Needham & Co. Inc. and Morgan Keegan & Co. Inc., have been granted the option to purchase an extra 375,000 shares of common stock to cover over-allotments in the event of heavy demand.

Shares in the Minneapolis-based company closed down 9/16 to 19-15/16 on Nasdaq.

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To: bob gauthier who wrote (21)3/20/2000 8:24:00 AM
From: bob gauthier
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Title: LSI Logic and Datalink Form Strategic Alliance To Deliver Leading-Edge
Storage and Services Solutions
Date: 3/20/00

MILPITAS, Calif., and MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., March 20 /PRNewswire/ --
LSI Logic Storage Systems, Inc. and Datalink Corporation (Nasdaq:
DTLK) today announced they have formed an alliance to deliver
advanced networked storage solutions. LSI Logic Storage Systems is
a leading supplier of high performance, highly scalable open
storage systems and storage management software for the
enterprise. Datalink, a premier provider of networked data storage
solutions for more than ten years, develops, implements, and
supports high performance networked storage solutions for open
systems computing environments.
Under the terms of the agreement, Datalink will integrate the
MetaStor(R) product family into its suite of storage area network
(SAN) and network-attached storage (NAS) solutions. The MetaStor
family of products by LSI Logic Storage Systems includes Fibre
Channel- and SCSI-attached storage systems, NAS offerings, and
storage management software. Interoperability testing, conducted
by both Datalink and LSI Logic, delivers robust SAN and NAS
solutions, promoting 24 X 7 customer access to business-critical
data.
"We are pleased to join with LSI Logic Storage Systems as a
channel partner representing the MetaStor line of scalable storage
systems," said Greg Meland, president and chief executive officer,
Datalink. "Our independence gives us the flexibility to choose
from the best technologies available in the industry. The high
performance and unique functionality of the MetaStor products
enhances our ability to provide state-of-the-art solutions for our
customers. LSI Logic is not only positioned to provide high
quality products today, they also have a well-developed roadmap
for future products, which is important to us as we build systems
that can expand to address future customer needs," Meland added.
"We expect this new relationship to be very successful and
beneficial to our mutual customers by delivering proven,
interoperability-tested, networked storage solutions," explained
Allen Yuhas, senior vice president of worldwide sales and service,
LSI Logic Storage Systems, Inc. "With their strong solutions and
services orientation, Datalink is an ideal partner to offer the
MetaStor family of open storage products to satisfy even the most
demanding storage needs."
About LSI Logic Storage Systems
LSI Logic Storage Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of LSI Logic
Corporation (NYSE: LSI), is a leader in delivering high
performance, highly scalable, open storage solutions for the
enterprise. Available through leading OEM suppliers and a
worldwide network of resellers under the MetaStor(R) brand name,
LSI Logic offers a complete line of robust Fibre Channel, SCSI and
network-attached storage products integrated with centralized
storage management software. Additionally, the MetaStor Open SAN
Initiative offers certified, interoperability-tested storage area
network (SAN) solutions. For MetaStor product information, please
call 1-888-METASTOR or visit www.metastor.com. The e-mail address
for product information is info@metastor.com.
About LSI Logic
LSI Logic Corporation (NYSE: LSI), is a leading supplier of
communications chips for broadband, data networking, wireless and
set-top box applications. In addition, the company provides chips
and boards for network computing and supplies storage network
solutions for the enterprise. LSI Logic is headquartered at 1551
McCarthy Boulevard, Milpitas, CA 95035, 408-433-8000,
www.lsilogic.com.
About Datalink
Datalink Corporation, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is the
industry's leading independent provider of networked storage
solutions for open systems computing environments. Designed to
store, access, and protect business critical information, the
Company's solutions are developed using best-of-breed technologies
and professional services. A comprehensive suite of services --
analysis, design, integration, implementation, training, technical
support and maintenance -- are delivered by Datalink's multi-
tiered professional services organization.
For more information on Datalink, call 1-800-448-6314, e-mail
info@datalink.com or visit datalink.com.
"Safe Harbor" Statement under the Private Securities Litigation
Reform Act of 1995: Statements in this press release regarding
Datalink Corporation's business which are not historical facts are
"forward-looking statements" that involve risks and uncertainties.
For a discussion of such risks and uncertainties, which could
cause actual results to differ from those contained in the
forward-looking statements, see "Risk Factors" in the Company's
Prospectus and information contained in reports filed with the
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. SOURCE LSI Logic Storage
Systems, Inc.; Datalink Corporation
/NOTE TO EDITORS: The LSI Logic logo design and MetaStor(R) are
registered trademarks of LSI Logic Corporation. All other products
or company names mentioned are used for identification purposes
only, and may be trademarks of their respective owners./
CONTACT: Joanna Tschiffely of LSI Logic Storage Systems, Inc.,
970-206-5882, joanna.tschiffely@lsil.com; or Donna Grover of
Datalink Corporation, 952-944-3462, press@datalink.com/

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To: bob gauthier who wrote (22)3/31/2000 8:37:00 AM
From: bob gauthier
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SEC form 10-K405
I received an email saying DTLK had filed a SEC form 10-K405. I can't find the form anywhere. Does anyone know what this SEC form is and what it might imply.??
Thanks...

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To: bob gauthier who wrote (23)4/13/2000 7:56:00 AM
From: bob gauthier
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Datalink Corporation Reports First Quarter Operating Results Strong Growth Continues
MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 13, 2000--Datalink Corporation (NASDAQ: DTLK - news), a premier independent provider of networked data storage solutions, reported that revenues for the quarter ended March 31, 2000 increased 9% to $28.0 million from $25.7 million in the same period a year ago. As previously announced and discussed below, Datalink recently changed its 2000 revenue recognition policies in response to a recent SEC accounting bulletin. As a result, Datalink's 2000 operating results are not directly comparable with its 1999 results. Absent the change in revenue recognition policies, first quarter 2000 revenues would have been $34.8 million, a 35% increase over the first quarter of 1999.

Greg Meland, Datalink's President and CEO commented: ``We continue to experience strong demand in the marketplace for our networked data storage solutions. Over the past year, we have added sales and technical staff to meet the growing marketplace demand for data storage technology and data storage capacity. Datalink continues to lead its industry in the implementation of open networked data storage solutions, such as storage area networks.'

``Across all industries, we see dramatic increases in the volume of business-critical data. We are well positioned to help businesses with the challenge of managing this data. We partner with fibre channel switch leader Brocade Communications Systems, Inc., and others with industry leading products, to blend the best new technologies into open networked solutions for our customers. As we look to seize the growing opportunity in the marketplace, we plan to continue to expand our sales and technical staff.'

As previously announced, Datalink modified its revenue recognition policies beginning January 1, 2000 in response to the Securities and Exchange Commission's recently issued Staff Accounting Bulletin No. 101 - ``Revenue Recognition.' With these operating results, Datalink has applied its new policies. The changes relate to sales of hardware and software solutions, and service contracts. Historically, Datalink recognized hardware and software product revenues upon shipment to customers and service contract revenues upon signing of the contract. Datalink now recognizes hardware and software product revenues upon completion of installation services, and service contract revenues over the life of the contract, which is typically one year.

Dan Kinsella, Datalink's Chief Financial Officer, stated: ``Our new accounting policies merely defer the recognition of our revenues and do not impact the cash flows, revenues or profits we ultimately recognize. However, as a result of our accounting policy changes, we regularly ship hardware and software products at the end of a quarter that will not be included in our reported revenues because we did not complete our installation and configuration services. Our 2000 operating results therefore cannot be directly compared to our prior period operating results, as we recognized revenues in prior periods upon shipment.'

Datalink reported first quarter 2000 income before the cumulative effect of the changes in accounting policies of $936,000, or $.10 per diluted share. By comparison, Datalink's first quarter 1999 net income, adjusted to include income taxes and exclude public offering costs, was $910,000 or $.14 per diluted share.

Kinsella further commented: ``We generated outstanding growth and profitability in the first quarter. However, because we could not practically complete installation and configuration for a significant number of hardware and software solutions we shipped during March, we have deferred a significant amount of revenue and profits from our first quarter. We expect to recognize revenues for these transactions in our second quarter as we complete the installation and configuration services for our customers.'

Kinsella also noted that in the first quarter of 2000, Datalink has recognized a $1.3 million one-time non-cash charge, net of income taxes, for the cumulative effect of the accounting policy changes, or $.14 per diluted share.

Datalink Corporation, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is a premier independent provider of networked data storage solutions for open systems computing environments. Datalink develops solutions that are designed to store, access and protect business critical information using best of breed technologies and professional services. Datalink's multi-tiered professional services organization delivers a comprehensive suite of services, including analysis, design, integration, implementation, training, technical support and maintenance.

The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 provides a ``safe harbor' for certain forward-looking statements. This press release contains forward-looking statements, which reflect our views regarding future events and financial performance. These forward-looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties, including those identified below, which could cause actual results to differ materially from historical results or those anticipated. The words ``aim,' ``believe,' ``expect,' ``anticipate,' ``intend,' ``estimate' and other expressions which indicate future events and trends identify forward-looking statements. Actual future results and trends may differ materially from historical results or those anticipated depending upon a variety of factors, including, but not limited to: our ability to hire and retain key technical and other personnel; competition and pricing pressures that may adversely affect our revenues and profits; the level of continuing demand for data storage; our dependence on key suppliers; the strain placed on our resources by growth and expansion; our ability to adapt to rapid technological change; risks associated with possible future acquisitions; fluctuations in our quarterly operating results; future changes in applicable accounting rules; any remaining impact of Year 2000 issues; and volatility in our stock price.

--FINANCIAL TABLES TO FOLLOW--

Datalink Corporation
Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations
(in thousands, except per share data)

Three Months Ended
March 31,
(unaudited)
2000 1999

Revenues $27,998 $25,682
Cost of revenues 20,312 19,071
-------------------
Gross profit 7,686 6,611
-------------------

Sales and marketing 3,475 2,529
General and
administrative 2,135 1,690
Engineering 595 776
Offering costs (1) - 173
-------------------
Total operating expenses 6,205 5,168
-------------------
Income from operations 1,481 1,443

Interest income
(expense), net 76 (74)
-------------------
Income before income
taxes 1,557 1,369

Income taxes (2) 638 (556)
-------------------
Income before cumulative
effect of a change
in accounting principle 919 1,925

Cumulative impact of a
change in accounting
policy, net of
income taxes (3) (1,327) -
-------------------

Net income (loss) $ (408) $1,925
===================

Net income per share:

Basic:
Income per share before
cumulative effect of a
change in accounting $ 0.10 $ 0.29
principle

Loss per share from the
cumulative effect of a
change in accounting
principle (0.15) -
-------------------

Net income
(loss) per share $ (0.05) $ 0.29
===================

Fully diluted:
Income per share before
cumulative effect of
a change in
accounting principle $ 0.10 $ 0.29

Loss per share from the
cumulative effect of
a change in
accounting principle (0.14) -
-------------------

Net income (loss) per
share $(0.04) $ 0.29
===================

Weighted average shares
outstanding:

Basic 8,773 6,710

Fully
diluted 9,261 6,710

(1) Reflects legal, accounting, and other costs associated with the
Company's initial public offering, which was postponed due to
market conditions.

(2) Income tax benefit in 1999 reflects a one time tax benefit from
the conversion of the Company's wholly-owned subsidiary from
C-Corporation status to the Company's S-Corporation status.

(3) Effective January 1, 2000 the Company changed its revenue
recognition policies related to hardware and software products
and for service contracts. The amount represents the cumulative
impact of the new policies, net of income taxes, on periods prior
to January 1, 2000.

Pro forma income (loss)
and income (loss) per
share calculations:

Pro forma income before
cumulative effect of
a change in account
principle (1) $ 919 $ 808
Cumulative effect of a
change in accounting
principle, net of
income taxes (1,327) -
-----------------

Net income (loss) $ (408) $ 808
===================

Pro forma income per
share before
cumulative effect of
a change in
accounting
prinicple (2) $ 0.10 $ 0.10

Cumulative effect per
share, of a change in
accounting principle,
net of income taxes (0.14) -
-------------------
Net income
(loss) per share $ (0.04) $ 0.10
===================

Weighted average shares
used in calculating pro
forma income per share:

Fully diluted weighted
average shares 9,261 6,710

Additional shares
required to fund
distribution to
shareholders - 1,309
-------------------

9,261 8,019
===================

(1) Pro forma net income is calculated as if the Company was subject
to income taxes for all periods presented.

(2) Pro forma income per share is computed by dividing pro forma net
income by the fully dilluted weighted average number of shares
for the period, after giving effect to the number of shares that
would be required to be sold at the initial offering price to
fund a distribution to the shareholders of all previously taxed,
but undistributed, S Corporation earnings.

Net income per share assuming income taxes and excluding offering cost
expenses before the cumulative effect of a change in accounting
principle:

Net income(1) $ 919 $ 910

Net income per share:

Basic $ 0.10 $ 0.14

Fully
diluted $ 0.10 $ 0.14

Weighted average shares
outstanding:
Basic
8,773 6,710
Fully
diluted 9,261 6,710

(1) Reflects net income excluding offering expenses and assuming the
Company was subject to income taxes for all periods presented.

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To: bob gauthier who wrote (24)6/6/2000 8:29:00 AM
From: bob gauthier
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Datalink Opens Sales Offices in Portland, Oregon and Raleigh, North Carolina
Growth continues for networked data storage solutions provider
MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 6, 2000-- Datalink Corporation (NASDAQ:DTLK - news), an independent networked storage solutions provider headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, announced today the opening of two new sales offices located in Portland, Ore. and Raleigh, N.C. Datalink now has 21 offices located across the United States.

``We are excited to expand our sales and service efforts into these high growth locations,'' comments Steve Howe, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Datalink. ``This expansion is consistent with our model of dedicating resources to serve key regions across the United States. Our local presence allows us to build strong relationships with our customers and vendor partners, positioning us to design, implement, and support solutions that meet the unique data networked storage needs of each customer. The Portland office expands our reach into Oregon and the Raleigh office complements our existing office in Charlotte, North Carolina.''

The Portland office, located at 5149 SW 26th Drive, Portland,
Ore. 97201 can be reached by calling 1-800-215-7338 or

1-800-448-6314.

The Raleigh office, located at 201 Shannon Oaks Circle, Suite
200, Cary, N.C. 27511, can be reached by calling

1-800-771-9636 or 1-800-448-6314.

ABOUT DATALINK:

Datalink Corporation (NASDAQ:DTLK - news), based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is the industry's premier independent provider of networked storage solutions for open systems computing environments. Designed to store, access, and protect business critical information, the Company's solutions are developed using best-of-breed technologies and professional services. A comprehensive suite of services - analysis, design, integration, implementation, training, technical support, and maintenance - are delivered by Datalink's multi-tiered professional services organization. For more information on Datalink, call 1-800-448-6314, e-mail info@datalink.com or visit datalink.com.

``Safe Harbor'' Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements in this press release regarding Datalink Corporation's business which are not historical facts are ``forward-looking statements'' that involve risks and uncertainties. For a discussion of such risks and uncertainties, which could cause actual results to differ from those contained in the forward-looking statements, see ``Risk Factors'' in the Company's Prospectus and information contained in reports filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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To: bob gauthier who wrote (25)6/8/2000 9:46:00 AM
From: bob gauthier
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Datalink and Spectra Logic Corporation Form Strategic Partnership to Deliver Robust Data Protection Solutions
Integration and manufacturing expertise partner to protect mission-critical data
MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 8, 2000-- Datalink Corporation (NASDAQ:DTLK - news) and Spectra Logic© Corporation announced today a strategic partnership to provide customers with robust data protection solutions that include leading automated tape technologies for direct-attached, network-attached storage (NAS), and storage area network (SAN) environments. Spectra Logic is a leading manufacturer of high-performance tape automation products providing mission-critical data protection for companies worldwide. Datalink, a premier provider of data storage solutions for 13 years, develops, implements and supports networked storage solutions for open systems computing environments.

Under the terms of the agreement, Datalink will integrate Spectra Logic's tape automation products into its suite of offerings. Spectra Logic's automated tape libraries use Sony's AIT family of tape technologies, providing maximum backup capacity in the smallest amount of space, saving valuable datacenter resources. Spectra Logic tape libraries are available with a wide range of interfaces, including SCSI and Fibre Channel and offer capacities from 60 Gigabytes to hundreds of Terabytes.

``We are pleased to announce our selection of Spectra Logic as a partner, which enhances our offerings by providing tape automation products that deliver an unmatched combination of storage density, performance, and capacity,'' said Greg Meland, President and Chief Executive Officer, Datalink. ``Spectra Logic libraries provide viable, cost-effective options as we design and deploy robust data protection solutions that address the unique needs of our customers.''

``Spectra Logic is excited to be partnering with Datalink to provide comprehensive data protection solutions for direct-attached, network-attached storage (NAS), and storage area network (SAN) environments,'' said Nathan Thompson, CEO of Spectra Logic. ``With Datalink's technical expertise in areas such as design, configuration, installation and support, the partnership brings real value to customers by allowing them to leverage existing investments in hardware while taking advantage of new technologies as they develop.''

ABOUT DATALINK:

Datalink Corporation (NASDAQ:DTLK - news), based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is the industry's premier independent provider of networked storage solutions for open systems computing environments. Designed to store, access, and protect business critical information, the Company's solutions are developed using best-of-breed technologies and professional services. A comprehensive suite of services - analysis, design, integration, implementation, training, technical support and maintenance - are delivered by Datalink's multi-tiered professional services organization. For more information on Datalink, call 1-800-448-6314, e-mail info@datalink.com or visit datalink.com.

ABOUT SPECTRA LOGIC CORPORATION:

Spectra Logic Corporation is a leading manufacturer of high-performance tape automation products providing mission-critical data protection for companies worldwide. Spectra Logic tape library products offer capacities from 60 Gigabytes to hundreds of Terabytes. The Boulder, Colorado-based company's products operate on a broad range of platforms and utilize a wide range of interface configurations to take advantage of rapidly evolving SAN, NAS, and direct-attached storage architectures. For more information, contact Spectra Logic by phone at (800) 833-1132, or visit the company's web site at spectralogic.com.

Forward-looking statements as defined by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 are ``Safe Harbor'' Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements in this press release regarding Datalink Corporation's business which are not historical facts are ``forward-looking statements'' that involve risks and uncertainties. For a discussion of such risks and uncertainties, which could cause actual results to differ from those contained in the forward-looking statements, see ``Risk Factors'' in the Company's Prospectus and information contained in reports filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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