|By Business Wire||
|January 24, 2013 08:30 AM EST||
IceWEB™, Inc. (OTC BB:IWEB), a leading provider of Unified Data Storage appliances for cloud and virtual environments as well as secure, infinitely scalable Cloud Services, today announced that the Company has achieved VMware vSphere v5.x Certification for its IceWEB 3000, placing it on equal footing in the VMware space with the top contenders in the storage industry plus providing a significant competitive edge.
VMware, the acknowledged leader in virtualization software, is a corporate standard in many of the markets in which IceWEB competes, and achieving this certification only strengthens IceWEB’s ability to compete head-to-head with the biggest names in the industry and win.
“Our engineers have worked extremely hard to achieve this certification,” said Gaurang Mehta, CTO of IceWEB. “While to the uninitiated, another certification may seem insignificant; in the storage world, however, this is a major milestone. IceWEB’s already extremely robust suite of capabilities is only enhanced by this important industry certification. We’re proud to be among the few who have been able to achieve this.”
“Our announcement today highlights IceWEB’s commitment to excellence, quality and rock-solid compatibility. It’s those characteristics that are making customers choose us. It’s also why more resellers are coming into the IceWEB fold. Great products, fully certified, on which they can make a profit,” said Rob Howe, IceWEB CEO.
IceWEB manufactures award-winning, high performance unified data storage appliances with enterprise storage management capabilities at a fraction of the price of traditional providers, while reducing space, power and cooling requirements and simplifying storage management for land-based, virtual and cloud environments. For more information please call 800-465-4637 or visit www.iceweb.com. To become part of the Company's e-mail list for industry updates and press releases, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
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