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Akorri introduces pricing for SMBs

Four new packages are now available to help smaller companies manage virtualized environments that have up to 30 Terabytes of storage capacity. The entry level solution for companies with less than 5 Terabytes of storage begins at a list price of $12,500. These packages can be purchased only through value added resellers or system integrators that are members of the Akorri Optimize Partner Program. In addition, a downloadable BalancePoint demo is available free of charge at: http://www.vmware.com/appliances/directory/1084.

"We are seeing rapid adoption of virtualization technologies such as VMware among small and medium sized enterprises," said Tom Joyce, President and CEO at Akorri. "These companies need best-in-class tools to help them get the most out of their virtualization investments. Akorri's new packaging and pricing for SMBs and SMEs gives IT managers at these companies access to our BalancePoint software for the first time."



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