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Infinitely Virtual Raises the Bar with New SAN Installation, Providing Customers with Fastest Cloud-Based Storage on the Market

Infinitely Virtual, a leading provider of virtual server cloud computing services for businesses, today announced that it has dramatically expanded its storage area network (SAN) capacity to accommodate its rapidly growing customer base, and to provide its customers with the fastest cloud-based storage available in the marketplace.

Infinitely Virtual selected NetApp to move to the next level of SAN performance. Gartner recently recognized NetApp as a leader in the storage resource management and SAN management software space.

“We strive to bring our customers the absolute best service in performance, reliability and security,” said Adam Stern, founder and CEO, Infinitely Virtual. “Upgrading to NetApp’s SAN products is the latest example of how Infinitely Virtual consistently seeks to add value to our product and service offerings, and to offer technologies that measurably improve IT operations for small and mid-size businesses.”

Adding SAN capacity increases computing speed and performance for Infinitely Virtual’s customers, who are being migrated to the new NetApp SAN platform. “The faster the SAN, the more efficient the IT infrastructure,” said Stern. “This enhancement gives our clients the speed they are looking for, backed up by our commitment to 24x7 security, service and support.”

This year, Infinitely Virtual announced 100 percent year-on-year growth, and the addition of several key products to its cloud computing offering. The company unveiled QuickBooks hosting, enabling customers to use QuickBooks via its virtual server platform. Through the cloud, Infinitely Virtual clients can share QuickBooks data files with other users anywhere in the world. The company also announced a partnership with McAfee to offer its SaaS Total Protection, a comprehensive hosted solution offering endpoint, email, Internet and network protection. Combined with Infinitely Virtual’s intrusion detection and prevention system, the company now offers the most complete and robust security platform available, Stern said.

“We’re always on the lookout for tools and technologies that can improve the user experience for our customers as they embrace virtualization,” he said. “It’s clear that cloud computing makes good business sense, and our customers know that not all virtual hosting providers are alike.”

Published Tuesday, June 26, 2012 5:58 PM by David Marshall
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