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Entisys Solutions Celebrates Two Decades of Commitment to Excellence in Customer Service; Wins Trademark for Virtualization Oriented Architecture

Entisys Solutions, Inc., the West Coast's #1 provider of enterprise virtualization and access delivery solutions, and one of the 50 "Fastest Growing Private Companies for 2008" as ranked by the East Bay Business Times, commemorates 20 years in business by announcing that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has granted the company a trademark for its Virtualization Oriented Architecture; (VOA) methodology.

Founded in 1988 as a computer and software training center, today Entisys Solutions specializes in enterprise virtualization solutions, working in partnership with organizations such as Citrix, Microsoft, NetApp and VMware to provide consulting and engineering services to mid-tier and enterprise organizations and government agencies.

"For 20 years, Entisys has helped its clients dramatically improve their business operations through the delivery of state-of-the-art technology solutions," said Mike Strohl, President, Entisys Solutions, Inc. "It was our experience as a pioneer in the virtualization market, that led us to develop Virtualization Oriented Architecture, a technology that has helped countless clients optimize the cost-effectiveness, flexibility, mobility and manageability of application and access delivery, from the data center to the desktop."

Entisys Solutions' VOA is a holistic approach to virtualization designed to ensure the best possible infrastructure design. Through a process of comprehensive assessments, Entisys' architects expertly identify the hard-cost indicators and soft-cost processes that can be replaced or enhanced to realize full utilization, empowering the client organization to better manage IT potential and use resources more efficiently by identifying and eliminating idle technology capacity. VOA also provides a holistic technology platform for today's critical business operations; meeting the objectives of optimum performance, maximum security, greater flexibility, high availability, broad support and improved return in investment (ROI) and total cost of ownership (TCO).

As part of its VOA offering, Entisys' provides its clients with a number of best-of-breed technology solutions designed to further extend their strategies for communicating and provisioning of virtual 'real estate' within their enterprise environments, including:

  • Data Center Infrastructure Virtualization
  • Application Delivery Virtualization
  • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
  • Advanced Infrastructure
  • Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning

"Virtualization technologies are changing the face of the modern enterprise, helping to transform legacy computing, storage and networking processes into more versatile business solutions," continued Strohl. "Virtualization is not longer just for the data center, it has also emerged as the catalyst of change behind today's storage practices and use of desktop systems."

Entisys' VOA has helped to improve the service levels for companies like Alameda County Medical Center in Oakland, California, which has partnered with Entisys since 2000. "We have come to respect Entisys for its ethics, values and deep commitment to our success as an organization," said Dave Bennett, Director of Technical Support, Alameda County Medical Center. "Entisys' broad-based expertise in the deployment of virtualization technologies has helped us to view virtualization, not as a 'tactical' solution, but rather as a strategy to help us solve true enterprise challenges, from the datacenter to the desktop."

On Tuesday, August 26, Entisys will be sponsoring VSX 2008; The Virtualization Solution Exchange, a forum designed to help companies create strong virtualization strategies and improve their virtualization platforms. The event will be held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif. For more information about this event, please visit, email or call (877) ENTISYS.

Published Monday, August 25, 2008 5:26 AM by David Marshall
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