|PHD Virtual to Support ESXi|
|Wednesday, 12 May 2010 11:19|
PHD Virtual continues to extend our product family to meet the expanding needs of the virtualization community. On May 6th, we announced PHD Virtual Backup for Citrix XenServer. We are also happy to tell you that as of September, 2010 we will also offer support for VMware ESXI.
Learn more about how we can support your current VMware backup and recovery as well as your future requirements by contacting a PHD Representative today at 1.866.710.1882!
As we continue to build on robust legacy of the award-winning esXpress 4.0, PHD Virtual’s products meet enterprise requirements for flexibility and scalability by using the virtual appliance itself to perform backups, in less time, more reliably, and at a lower cost. We are the only enterprise data protection solutions that operate independent of the hypervisor offering greater stability and more security.
PHD Virtual also provides a collaborative path to integrate with all major physical backup solutions (including products from Data Domain, Quantum, Symantec, EMC, HP, IBM, etc.) for end-to-end data protection throughout the enterprise. Today, thousands of customers worldwide trust their mission critical data to PHD Virtual’s solutions.
Learn more about our currents products, as well as our new offering for Citrix by attending a webinar on May 19 at 2 pm EST
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 May 2010 11:34|
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