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Nerdio Progresses in the VMware vCloud Air Network

Adar, Inc., creator of industry-leading ITaaS platform Nerdio, today announced it has been upgraded in the VMware vCloud Air Network as an Enterprise-level Service Provider.

The VMware vCloud Air Network provides organizations with VMware-based enterprise-class security and infrastructure compatibility, with the freedom to readily move workloads among private, public and hybrid clouds.

Using proven VMware technology customers already use in their existing data centers, VMware vCloud Air Network Service Providers can accelerate their business growth by offering customers trusted and secure public and hybrid cloud services.

Nerdio's VDI-powered platform delivers a comprehensive IT environment complete with unlimited virtual servers, virtual desktops, the complete Microsoft suite, security, disaster recovery and more. It also dramatically streamlines IT provisioning and management with the Nerdio Admin Portal (NAP) so that previously risk-prone or overly complicated tasks can be completed in just three clicks and in less than one minute.

"Our partnership with VMware has been invaluable in expanding Nerdio's mission to take the headache out of IT management," said Vadim Vladimirskiy, founder and CEO of Nerdio. "We're thrilled by our new status as an Enterprise-level Service Provider, and look forward to cultivating our presence in the VMware ecosystem."

"We welcome Nerdio's progression in the VMware vCloud Air Network program to Enterprise Service Provider," said Jim Aluotto, director, Service Providers, Americas, VMware. "Since 2008, VMware has been working with the service provider community to provide customers with a simple and flexible path to the cloud, and we are pleased to have Nerdio as a part of this global network."

Published Tuesday, February 07, 2017 9:47 AM by David Marshall
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