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VMware opens office in Singapore

I have been telling them to do so long ago but I'm glad they do now, given cash is no problem now.

VMware, Inc., announced the opening of its new Asia South headquarters in Singapore.

The new office, located at Suntec City Tower 4 within Singapore’s prime business district, features training rooms for partners and customers as well as a state-of-the-art demo facility housing the latest virtualization and server technologies from partners such as AMD, EMC, HP, IBM, and Intel.

“Our demo facility is designed to help our customers experience VMware products and solutions working within the ecosystem of partners,” said Lee Poh Wah, Regional Consulting Manager, Asia South, VMware. “We can demonstrate VMware’s latest products such as VMware Infrastructure 3, VirtualCenter, VMotion, Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS), High Availability (HA), and VMware Consolidated Backup as well as Virtual Desktop Manager and Lab Manager. VMware Infrastructure 3 streamlines the management of IT environments through greater levels of automation, increases overall infrastructure availability and boosts performance for enterprise workloads. Working with our partners and their products, we demonstrate optimized solutions of virtualization for every business large or small.”



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