NEW: Providence-based GreenBytes Earns Prestigious Tech Award
Tuesday, September 03, 2013
Specifically, GreenBytes' IO Offload Engine was selected for its unique approach to overcoming storage-related desktop virtualization hurdles, enabling orders-of-magnitude increases in performance, and data storage savings.
What Makes GreenBytes’ Software So Special?
GreenBytes’ IO Offload Engine is an innovative, feature-rich desktop virtualization storage optimization option that lets users overcome Input Output Per Second (IOPS) barriers to deploy high-performing persistent virtual desktops at cloud-scale—without adding expensive, additional RAM to every server.
According to GreenBytes, this eliminates the need for consumers to buy additional SANs, disks or flash, and instead have extra capacity on their existing SAN. As a result, virtual desktops run at optimal levels, providing better-than-local-desktop performance and productivity.
"We're honored that such an influential media organization as TechTarget recognizes the critical role GreenBytes plays in enabling desktop virtualization to deliver on its promises," said Steve O’Donnell, CEO of GreenBytes.
The Selection Process
An independent team of experts and editors from TechTarget's SearchServerVirtualization.com selected GreenBytes' IO Offload Engine from more than 200 nominees in nine categories. The annual Best of VMworld awards showcases the top technologies of the year, which are judged according to innovation, value, performance, reliability, and ease of use.
For more information about GreenBytes and its award-winning desktop virtualization storage optimization software, visit www.getgreenbytes.com.
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