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Virtual Iron gets IBM's advanced partner status

Virtual Iron Software (www.virtualiron.com), a provider of enterprise-class server virtualization software, today announced that it has achieved advanced partner status within IBM’s PartnerWorld program. The membership advancement reflects Virtual Iron’s continued sales, marketing and product development contributions to IBM and the optimization of Virtual Iron’s solutions for IBM's computing platforms including the certification of its software as IBM Server Proven, IBM System Storage Proven, and most recently, IBM Ready for Grid and IBM Ready for DB2.

PartnerWorld, the IBM Business Partner program, delivers valuable benefits to help ISVs succeed in the marketplace and strengthen their relationship with IBM. Advanced level Business Partners like Virtual Iron have committed to maintaining a prosperous business relationship with IBM and are recognized and rewarded for that commitment with enhanced levels of marketing, sales, technical enablement and skill development support. IBM Advanced Partnership Status will provide Virtual Iron with access to a more comprehensive assortment of technical, business and marketing services from IBM, further accelerating the development and support of Virtual Iron’s solutions across IBM computing platforms


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