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INX to showcase Virtualization book at VMworld

NX Inc. (Nasdaq:INXI) today announced the release of "Deploying the VMware Infrastructure” at VM World 2008. With the recent acquisition of the California based AccessFlow in June, INX has made an aggressive move into the data center virtualization space by acquiring some of the most expert minds in the business. Those minds belong to Steve Kaplan and Gary Lamb, INX’s VP of Datacenter Virtualization and Senior Director of Data Center Virtualization Practice, respectively. Steve and Gary have collaboratively written a book titled "Deploying the VMware Infrastructure” and will be releasing the book at this year’s VMware World trade show, September 15 through the 18th in Las Vegas. The book is being published by USENIX Association and will be sold at VMWorld through their bookstore and can be preordered at



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