March 09, 2011
STERLING, VA., March 9, 2011 -- Virtacore Systems, Inc., announced today that they will be utilizing PHD Virtual Backup as one of their data protection offerings for secure public and private cloud backup and recovery. The partnership brings together Virtacore Systems, an industry leader in hybrid cloud services, who powers their public and private clouds using VMware virtualization technologies, and PHD Virtual Backup, with solutions built specifically for virtualized VMware environments, making the partnership a natural choice.
"The partnership with PHD Virtual enables us to deliver reliable, high performance data protection for our leading cloud computing solutions," said George Naspo, CEO. "The PHD Virtual Backup Appliance (VBA™) Architecture gives us a solution that is simple to deploy and provides seamless scalability for our growing public and private cloud offerings. We found their integrated source-side data deduplication technology to be superior, enabling us to dramatically reduce and optimize the amount of storage required to provide backup and recovery."
As data protection is a priority when utilizing virtualization and cloud computing, PHD Virtual Backup enables backup and recovery to be deployed as a virtualized workload directly on the VMware platform, further leveraging virtualization to back up the virtual environment. This revolutionary approach enables high-performance data protection that seamlessly scales for large and distributed deployments, a significant benefit for cloud service providers.
"Virtacore Systems partners with industry leaders, and we are proud to work together to provide integrated backup and recovery as part of their public and private cloud services," stated Thomas Charlton, Chairman and CEO, PHD Virtual. "Our solutions continue to benefit from a significant competitive advantage for Service Provider environments due to the flexibility and scalability of our unique technology. The selection of PHD Virtual Backup by Virtacore highlights and reinforces this fact."
About Virtacore Systems
Virtacore Systems is a leading provider of hybrid cloud services, offering solutions to the developer market with vCloud Express (public cloud) and the middle market with vFabric Enterprise (private cloud), through the company's unified vCore platform. vCore enables our customers to quickly and easily add, remove, change or monitor your entire cloud (pubic, private, corporate) from a single unified portal. To learn more, visit www.virtacore.com.
About PHD Virtual Technologies
Delivering the highest performance and most scalable cross platform backup solution on the market and pioneer of Virtual Backup Appliances (VBAs), PHD Virtual Technologies has been transforming data protection for virtual IT environments since 2006. Its award-winning data protection solution, PHD Virtual Backup is used today by more than 3,000 enterprises worldwide to achieve unlimited scalability, high availability and cost effective backup and restore for VMware and Citrix virtual machines. PHD Virtual also provides a suite of free virtualization utilities to assist with the administration and management of virtualized environments. For more information, please visit www.phdvirtual.com.
Source: Virtacore Systems
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