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CiRBA continues to grow

CiRBAs unique technology has garnered significant recognition within the analyst and press community, including:

  • CiRBA was named to Network Worlds 10 Management Companies to Watch list in October 2006 and to the publications IT Management Companies Still Worth Watching list in September 2007.
  • Burton Groups Senior Analyst Chris Wolf noted: CiRBA has yet to reach the same market share as PlateSpin, but CiRBAs emergence as the dominant P2V planning tool is only a matter of time.
  • Forrester Research Senior Analyst Evelyn Hubbert: This is going to be something the big guys will want to have as virtualization adoption moves more aggressively into production.

Significant customer growth

CiRBA saw a significant increase in market traction in 2007 and over the past six months in particular, with a dramatic 130% increase in its customer base. CiRBA added enterprise customers in the US, across all major industries and federal governments, and is seeing a significant demand for its software in Europe.

New European headquarters, increased global presence

In order to accommodate the industrys growing demand for virtualization and consolidation analysis solutions and expand its global presence, CiRBA appointed a new Vice President of EMEA, Ayman Gabarin. From this London location, CiRBA will deliver a heightened level of service and support to its European customers and partners. CiRBA has also signed new resellers and services partners to reach into the South American and South African markets.

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