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Desktop Alert Notification Platform Deployed on Department of Defense VMware ESXi Platforms

Desktop Alert, Inc., the provider of ‘less than one minute’ bi-directional network-centric emergency mass notification systems to military, government, healthcare, higher education, industrial and commercial organizations, today announced that it has successfully deployed its mass notification platform across numerous U.S. Military VMware platforms.

“The Department of Defense deployment of Desktop Alerts’ Total Notification Platform across VMware infrastructures provides numerous customer benefits. Aside of the known cost savings associated with VMware application deployments; VMware deployed versions of our platform provides extraordinary redundancy-based logistics without any additional licensing costs whatsoever. Desktop Alert does not monetize VMware instances of our platform. Thus, the customer may stand up as many redundant instances of our platform they wish without additional licensing concerns,” said Howard Ryan, VP Research and Development Desktop Alert Inc.

Desktop Alert exceeds DoDi 6055.18 mandatory requirements for an emergency management installation that reaches all personnel within 10 minutes or less. The Desktop Alert Mass Notification Platform alerts 99% all targeted personnel in less than one minute.

“Our nationwide deployment across the Air National Guard Enterprise produced highly positive past performance reports now under review by numerous USAF MAJCOMS. Most notably, our products ability to send out alerts to all personnel in less than one minute has gained significant attention from our existing and prospective military customers,” Ryan added.

Published Monday, June 11, 2012 6:08 PM by David Marshall
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