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March 20, 2013
09:06 EDTSTECSTEC responds to Balch Hill, Potomac Capital
"While this transition will take time, we have already seen significant results. In particular, we saw our first direct customer in the enterprise space already account for more than 10% of our revenues during the second half of 2012. Our goal is to derive approximately one half of our total revenues from enterprise sales by the fourth quarter of 2013. We have made substantial progress toward that goal... At this stage in the company's transformation, we believe it is imperative that we maintain leadership continuity and stability. We are therefore disappointed that activist investors Balch Hill and Potomac Capital chose to pursue a costly and time-consuming proxy contest, despite the considerable efforts of the STEC Board and management to reach an accord in the best interests of the company and all shareholders that was acceptable to both parties. Our Board is always open to constructive dialogue with all of our shareholders and we have been more than willing to give Balch Hill and Potomac Capital reasonable representation on the Board so that we can evaluate and potentially benefit from any meritorious ideas they may have to share. To that end, we engaged in good-faith discussions with Balch Hill and Potomac Capital. But to cede full, or even majority, control of the Board - particularly at this critical juncture - is both unreasonable and not in the best interest of STEC or its shareholders."
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