Virtual Instruments Continues Global Channel Expansion

Breaks Into India, Korea, and the Middle East; Signs Two New Partners
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Oct. 19, 2009 - PRLog -- Virtual Instruments, a leader in virtual infrastructure optimization, today demonstrated the continued expansion of its global channel footprint with the announcement of two new channel partners and growth into a new region.

The new partners, Spusht Technologies, India and Ubix, Korea, provide added reach within new regions for Virtual Instruments, and reflect an increased appetite around the world for greater control over storage area network (SAN) infrastructure utilization and performance. Ubix is the company’s first channel partner in the Asia Pacific region and Spusht Technologies, with its headquarters in the United Arab Emirates, will sell Virtual Instruments solutions throughout the majority of the Middle East and India.  

“As storage and server virtualization go mainstream and become an integral part of the IT infrastructure, there are increasing opportunities for IT services to help customers implement and support these new technologies,” said Boby Joseph, CEO, Spusht India.  “India is a perfect candidate for virtual infrastructure optimization solutions, not only because of rapidly inflating real estate prices and aging IT infrastructures, but because each rollout is on such a large and complex scale.  Spusht has been a pioneer in identifying rapidly growing and challenging needs in the infrastructure requirements of Indian enterprises, and in Virtual Instruments we have found an ideal solution to cater to the storage and virtualization challenges faced throughout the region.”

“Many of world’s largest companies are based in Korea, which has long been at the forefront of information technology adoption.  The need to improve the performance and utilization of business-critical virtualized infrastructures is growing rapidly,” said Rae Hoon Kang, CEO, Ubix.  “However with rapid adoption comes increased complexity, and it is only now that customers are beginning to realize the challenges they have on their hands to manage and optimize their SANs and virtualized infrastructure.  We’re seeing increased interest in the region for gaining a greater level of SAN I/O transparency and Virtual Instruments meets this challenge perfectly.”

The expanded network of partners will be offering a combination of NetWisdom and VirtualWisdom, the latter launched earlier in 2009.  VirtualWisdom provides comprehensive, real-time instrumentation and measurement capabilities that enable IT managers to optimize the performance and availability of their virtualized IT infrastructure.  Deployment of VirtualWisdom results in significantly higher virtual infrastructure utilization and significantly lower capital and operational costs associated with an IT organization’s systems and storage infrastructure.

“2009 has really been a year of extraordinary growth for the company, and seeing this reflected in the addition of valuable new channel partners further validates the global demand for SAN and virtual infrastructure optimization solutions,” said Sean Maxwell, vice-president of sales, Virtual Instruments.  “We are working hard to build a set of solutions and services specifically for our channel partners that will allow them to assess and analyze an end-user’s infrastructure, clearly demonstrating how Virtual Instruments NetWisdom and VirtualWisdom can help them gain new levels of insight into infrastructure performance and utilization.  We’re excited about the prospects for 2010 and are looking forward to welcoming more new partners onboard.”

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About Virtual Instruments
Virtual Instruments offers the award-winning NetWisdom and VirtualWisdom virtual infrastructure optimization solutions that provide deep monitoring and analysis of how the virtualized IT infrastructure and SAN affect business-critical application performance. Customers such as Barclay’s Card Services, Kaiser Permanente and McKesson Corp. achieve significant cost savings in virtualization and SAN deployments by optimizing utilization, performance and availability of IT resources. Leading system and storage vendors including IBM, HP, HDS, and EMC leverage Virtual Instruments to design and optimize SAN solutions for enterprise customers. The company was founded in June 2008 via a spin-out from Finisar Corp. The company has headquarters in Scotts Valley, Calif., and can be found online at
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