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Virtualization: DataCore builds momentum as demand increases in Australia

“At this time, Australia is the leading market for server virtualization in the Asia Pacific region, and we believe it is going to be a big one for us,” said Peter Thompson, vice president-Asia Pacific, DataCore Software. “Our experience, repeated in Europe and in the U.S., is that once a market becomes conversant in the benefits of server virtualization, both solution providers and end users quickly realize that the rest of the sentence is about storage virtualization.”

The September activity follows on an equally busy 2007 calendar year to date during which DataCore inked its first distribution agreements in the region with value-added distributors Infotronics in Australia and Datastor in New Zealand, expanded its Australia solution partner network, launched a regularly scheduled, live, local webinar program that is free and available to the public, certified its first DataCore Authorized Training Partner in Australia and achieved major customer successes with Kingston City Council (see: www.datacore.com/pressroom/pr_070919.asp), Iron Mountain, South West Healthcare, Chandler Macleod, Glenvill Group and the Roads and Traffic Authority, NSW (New South Wales), among others.


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