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VMware's Partner picks smart technology to deploy Virtual Infrastructures



CNN reporting:

AccessFlow has built a successful business around VMware technology, which is rapidly gaining popularity as a result of the many economic and high-availability advantages it provides. These advantages include consolidation and increased utilization rates, reduction in power and cooling costs, as well as improved management and automated IT processes for maximum availability, performance and scalability.

"Our customers are tired of pouring money into server hardware and the associated power and management costs, especially in their remote and branch locations," stated Steve Kaplan, president of AccessFlow. "A virtual infrastructure as an organizational platform not only for servers, but for storage, offers many economic advantages. Customer benefits include improved management, security and recoverability of their data. Snap Servers are a key component in that infrastructure."

Kaplan added, "In fact, we recently worked with a large retail grocery chain to design a VMware virtual infrastructure that would support their data center and over 140 retail outlets. We are deploying Snap Servers at all remote locations to ensure true high-availability and gigabit transfer speeds. The Snap Servers also provide quick installation and a high level of reliability that will drastically reduce their overall IT costs and eliminate the need for IT resources at individual stores."

Snap Servers deliver a comprehensive range of cost-effective storage systems that are integrated with powerful software applications, including distributed management, replication, and backup and restore for desktops, notebooks and servers, in order to meet the needs of distributed enterprises. From remote locations with Snap Server 110, 210 or 410 systems to the central office with its Snap Server 520 and 650, the product family has been designed to deliver a flexible and cost-effective solution that is right-sized for distributed enterprises, especially those that span multiple sites.



Remember, there is a huge market to be capitalized, and it is only fair to use the best and the smartest technology to grab as many enterprise as well SMB customers with quick deployment technologies. Check out the news!

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