The company’s new “Simpana” software supposedly makes it more of a “virtualization” company, in the sense that you can have your data copied to various collections of drives, so your data could be anywhere. Kind of like how VMware lets you run multiple operating systems irrespective of the underlying hardware. (Kinda, but not really the same thing.)
At any rate, in a note this morning, C.E. Unterberg Towbin analyst Gabriel Lowy, who has identified CommVault as a “virtualization” company in recent reports, says that his research shows strong interest in the Simpana product:
Check Barron's link.