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FalconStor CDP VA wins VarBusiness Tech Innovator award 2007

The FalconStor CDP Virtual Appliance for VMware Virtual Infrastructure is the first solution to provide customers with complete data protection across both physical and virtual systems. Fully certified and integrated with the VMware ESX server, the CDP Virtual Appliance gives organizations the ability to meet data protection challenges by providing continuous availability of the application server and its data across virtual and physical environments. This industry-first data protection solution effectively eliminates backup windows and the need for mandatory restores to deliver true business continuity.

“We are particularly proud to receive this award for technological innovation from VARBusiness based on recognition from value-added resellers and solution providers,” said Wendy Petty, vice president of sales, FalconStor Software. “The FalconStor CDP Virtual Appliance has been designed to provide channel partners and, in turn, their end-user customers, with a complete data protection solution for their VMware virtual environments that offers unparalleled flexibility and ease of use. To win this award from channel and technology experts verifies that we have met those critical goals.”


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