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IT Week Names SWsoft Among Top 100 IT Vendors

Quoting from TMCnet

 SWsoft is recognized as a Top 100 IT Vendor of 2006 by IT Week magazine in the June 5, 2006 issue. During the past year, privately-held SWsoft's revenues increased more than 160 percent and launched Virtuozzo, a new award winning approach for server virtualization for enterprises worldwide.

SWsoft, a recognized leader in server virtualization and automation software, has experienced wide customer acceptance of its products, especially Virtuozzo, its operating system-level server virtualization software that turns a single physical server into multiple virtual environments.

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

The markets where SWsoft continues to increase its position are experiencing rapid growth, with the virtualization market growing to $15 billion worldwide by 2009, according to industry analyst firm, IDC.

"It is an honor to be recognized by IT Week magazine again this year," said Serguei Beloussov, CEO of SWsoft. "We continue to make great strides as our virtualization technology offering, Virtuozzo, is doubling revenue every three months with corporate customers."

In April 2006, SWsoft's Virtuozzo product was the winner of the "Product Excellence Award - Best Virtualization Solution" judged by a group of respected industry experts at the semi-annual major LinuxWorld conference and exposition held in Boston.

Again, in April, Virtuozzo earned the "Analyst's Choice" rating by eWEEK Labs in a cover story of this leading industry magazine.

Last December, SWsoft received the Top 50 Technology Innovator of 2005 Award (December 2005) from IT Week.

Quoting from the original article, here.

Published Sunday, June 11, 2006 8:49 AM by David Marshall
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