Vizioncore Ships vConverter

Advanced conversion tool helps customers move to virtual infrastructure; provides cost-effective DR for physical machines

November 7, 2008

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BUFFALO GROVE, Ill. -- Vizioncore Inc., a market leader in server virtualization management, today announced the availability of vConverter 4.0, the most rapid and versatile physical-to-virtual (P2V) and virtual-to-virtual (V2V) conversion tool on the market. vConverter 4.0 automates and accelerates conversions to Microsoft, Virtual Iron, VMware and XenServer environments, allowing customers to migrate workloads between platforms as part of scheduled conversion projects or for disaster recovery purposes.

vConverter 4.0 enables rapid and easy conversions without burdensome discovery, or software installation on the source system. An intuitive GUI allows administrators to convert single or multiple servers simultaneously within just a few clicks. Conversion jobs can also be scheduled for non-peak times to ensure as little disruption as possible. By combining cutting-edge disk and networking technology with extensive automation of pre- and post-conversion tasks, vConverter 4.0 can also successfully migrate more servers per conversion window than any other technology.

The benefits of virtualization are now widely accepted, but end-users are not fully informed how they go about moving to a virtual infrastructure,” said Chris Akerberg, President and Chief Operating Officer of Vizioncore. “By giving users a simple and non-disruptive way of bringing their physical servers into the virtual realm, vConverter 4.0 eases the path to virtualization for organizations that may have previously been concerned about the potential risk or disruption caused by such a transition. This latest version of vConverter sets new standards in levels of speed, automation and reliability of conversion, providing a wealth of new features that make it suitable for all sorts of conversion projects – from one-off conversions and P2V jobs for disaster recovery, right through to enterprise-scale migration initiatives.”

Vizioncore Inc.

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