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Infinite Group, Inc. (IGI) Announces Strategic Hire for Virtualization Practice

Infinite Group, Inc. announced the hire of Mr. Michael Mereos as Director of Practice Development for the Company’s rapidly growing virtualization practice. Mr. Mereos will work out of a new IGI office in Miami, Florida. Mr. Mereos is an accomplished server virtualization expert with almost 20 years of experience in the Information Technology Industry. “We are pleased and excited to have Mr. Mereos on our staff. This key hire adds a critical new technical business development resource to IGI’s growing virtualization practice,” said Michael Tartal, IGI’s Vice President for Business Development. Mr. Mereos will be supporting IGI initiatives for server virtualization programs at Federal, State, and Local governments as well as commercial customers.

Prior to joining IGI, Mr. Mereos was a Consolidation Practice Consultant at Agilysys Corporation, and before that was a Senior Systems Engineer for several years with VMware, a leader in virtual infrastructure technology.

IGI’s virtualization practice provides the following benefits to our customers:

Reduction of Servers & Operational Efficiency:

Consolidate servers by running multiple applications on a single server. Reduce hardware, power, cooling, and floor space requirements by up to 50%-70% while increasing service levels to the business. Reduce hardware and operating costs by as much as 50%. Reduce server provisioning time by as much as 70%

Minimize Downtime & Ensure Business Continuity:

Reduce planned and unplanned downtime by making high availability and disaster recovery solutions more cost-effective, simpler, and more reliable. Provide higher availability independent of hardware, operating system, and applications. Provide automatic restart of systems in the case of server failure.

Environmental factors:

Due to the substantial energy savings resulting from reduced infrastructure, virtualization is also a “green” technology with reduction in electricity and cooling costs.

Published Sunday, June 10, 2007 7:50 AM by David Marshall
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