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SMB Virtualization and Third Tier Partner to Support Computer Network Virtualization
SMB Virtualization, a firm providing virtualization information and training for small and medium sized information technology (IT) businesses, has partnered with Third Tier, a leading provider of remote support services for IT professionals, to offer advanced incident and project support services for virtualized networks.

SMB Virtualization supplies IT firms with the knowledge to sell and implement virtualization projects for their clients through training via whitepapers, books, videos and DVD sets. Third Tier will provide these same firms with the project and incident support needed to implement these projects successfully from a technical perspective.

By leveraging this relationship, IT firms can enter into this lucrative market, ready to sell virtualization tools and equipped with the technical backing and expertise needed to succeed.

In my view, virtualization stands out as one of the most important vertical markets,” said Dave Sobel, CEO, SMB Virtualization. “As such, SMB Virtualization is pleased to partner with Third Tier to provide IT service providers with the comprehensive training and solutions needed for implementing a successful virtualization practice.”

“We’re excited about the opportunity this partnership presents to assist small and medium IT firms in delivering state of the art virtualization solutions to their clients. With this partnership behind them IT firms of all sizes can confidently move into virtualization.” comments Amy Babinchak, Managing Partner of Third Tier. “By combining our services, IT firms can deliver new and exciting solutions to their customers.”

Published Wednesday, December 09, 2009 6:53 PM by David Marshall
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