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Xsigo systems gets IBM's system Storage Proven Certification

"Xsigo products complement IBM solutions by offering a flexible, cost-effective approach to server connectivity," said Ashok Krishnamurthi, CEO and chairman, Xsigo Systems. "With this certification, customers can now confidently embrace Xsigo solutions to gain greater flexibility in their infrastructure management. Our participation in this program demonstrates that Xsigo and IBM are each focused on customer satisfaction by promoting greater interoperability."

"The Xsigo I/O Director gives IBM customers new options for managing server connectivity and increasing operational efficiency," said Dr. Bernard S. Meyerson, IBM Fellow, vice president of strategic alliances and CTO, IBM Systems and Technology Group. "Xsigo's innovative I/O virtualization technology and extensive testing on our storage and server products enables us to provide a proven interoperable solution that can reduce deployment time, increase operational efficiency, and save costs."



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