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Virtual Iron's CEO Ed Walsh to Speak Today at UBS Technology Forum

Ed Walsh, CEO at Virtual Iron Software ( www.virtualiron.com), a provider of comprehensive server virtualization software solutions, will be a featured speaker at the UBS Technology Forum. The event is taking place on Tuesday, July 22 at the Four Seasons Silicon Valley in East Palo Alto, California. It features senior executives at the forefront of technology innovation and offers perspectives on business opportunities across the technology spectrum.

Industry experts expect server virtualization software sales to grow as high as to $7 billion in 2011 from $800 million in 2006. Current penetration of virtualization on installed x86 servers is estimated at just 6-8% today as user adoption has been hindered by the complexity and high price of established commercial solutions. By delivering comprehensive, easy-to-use and easy-to-afford capabilities, Virtual Iron is addressing a huge gap in the server virtualization market and has quickly positioned itself as the leading solution for the untapped mainstream market.

Virtual Iron offers a true server virtualization solution that incorporates comprehensive and intelligent virtual infrastructure control with essential capabilities including LiveMigrate(TM) for virtual server migration, LiveRecovery(TM) for disaster recovery and high availability, LiveCapacity(R) for dynamic CPU resource load balancing, and LiveMaintenance(TM) for offline server maintenance without downtime. Over 2,000 customer organizations leverage Virtual Iron to support a broad range of data center initiatives including server consolidation, virtual server management, dev/test optimization, business continuity and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) enablement.
Published Tuesday, July 22, 2008 6:33 AM by David Marshall
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