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SWsoft Recognized by IT Week as a Top Technology Innovator of 2006
SWsoft has been chosen as one of the Top 50 Technology Innovators of 2006 by IT Week magazine.

IT Week ( is delivered electronically every Monday to 100,000 information technology (IT) professionals. It contains the latest news, reviews, product information, opinion and trends.

This is the second year in a row that SWsoft has appeared on IT Week's annual Technology Innovator list. Last June, the company was also named to IT Week's Top 100 IT Vendors of 2006. The accolades continue in 2007 with InfoWorld magazine recognizing SWsoft's Virtuozzo for Linux 3.0 for Best Server Virtualization (OS Virtualization) in its January 1 issue.

"Our company continues to make great strides and our flagship Virtuozzo software product sales have shown great traction with customers," said Serguei Beloussov, CEO of SWsoft. "The industry recognition is testimony to our progress, which we intend to accelerate in 2007."

The IT Week issue can be found at SWsoft's listing is on page 98.

Virtualization Manageability and Performance

With Virtuozzo, a single Linux or Windows operating system instance can be dynamically partitioned into multiple, isolated virtual environments (VEs). Unlike virtual machines and hypervisors, Virtuozzo OS virtualization addresses the challenges faced by today's datacenters of operating system sprawl. Virtuozzos unique architecture and suite of management tools make it the ideal solution for easily provisioning, monitoring and managing virtualized server resources.

Virtuozzo enables each virtual environment to scale up to the full resources of the physical server and maintain performance at levels consistent with a native server. Virtuozzo enables density of up to hundreds of virtual environments on a single physical server. Virtuozzo provides manageability and performance that result in the lowest total cost of ownership and fastest ROI.

Published Thursday, January 18, 2007 6:46 AM by David Marshall
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