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Peak 10 & Northridge to promote Microsoft's Hyper-V

Peak 10, Inc. in collaboration with privately-held professional services firm, Northridge Systems, and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), sponsored a complimentary luncheon briefing entitled: Microsoft Hyper-V Server Virtualization: A Very Viable Alternative to VMware, held yesterday, August 14, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. at Peak 10’s Atlanta facility. The luncheon defined and highlighted the benefits of Microsoft Hyper-V Server Virtualization to over 100 business leaders.
“As virtualization solutions continue to be adopted within the IT industry, it is important for businesses to be aware of the options available to them,” said Matt Searfoss, vice president and general manager of Peak 10 Atlanta. “By supporting a variety of virtualization platforms, Peak 10offers its customers the opportunity and advantage of choosing the platform that best suits their needs.”

Northridge Systems, a Peak 10 strategic partner, is a Premier Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with a focus on Business Intelligence (BI), corporate portals, custom development, and IT infrastructure. The company specializes in services tailored specifically for the Microsoft platform.

“Virtualization services will continue to diversify as the market expands,” said Scott Middlebrooks of Northridge Systems. “Our goal is to present a viable solution that will benefit those who primarily work within a Microsoft operating system, while also educating business professionals on both current and future virtualization technologies.”


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