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Digital Storage to Distribute Yoggie

Digital Storage to distribute Yoggie Security Systems's products

BETH HALEVY, Israel -- Yoggie Security Systems (Yoggie) and Dexxon Digital Storage, Inc. (DDSI) have reached an agreement for DDSI to distribute the award winning Yoggie Gatekeeper™ security appliances in the North American market.

Yoggie is the world’s first miniature mobile security gatekeeper offering hassle-free ‘Pentagon Level Security’ at an economical price point. The Yoggie™ portfolio has products that address the security needs of Consumer, SOHO and SMB users. The Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro™, Yoggie Security Systems flagship product, is essentially a miniature and robust computer, connectable via USB, offering 13 layers of protection and eliminates the need for multiple security applications on an operating system that may conflict with each other and reduce computer performance.

“We are very excited to add Yoggie™ to our product portfolio,” says Simon N. Garneau, President of DDSI. “Yoggie’s unique offering addresses the ever growing need for top notch security among technology users in a simple manner suitable for users at all levels. We expect the market to embrace this unique approach and for Yoggie to become a leader in data protection very quickly.”

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