STERLING, Va., April 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- IceWEB, Inc. (OTCBB:IWEB), www.iceweb.com, a leading provider of Unified Data Storage and building blocks for cloud storage networks, announced today that its NAS (Network Attached Storage) systems are now officially certified VMware® Ready. To receive this accreditation, IceWEB Unified Storage NAS Systems passed all laboratory tests and met all the integration and interoperability criteria required by VMware.
"VMware certification is yet another way for IceWEB to help our customers simplify their system maintenance and support issues," said Lee Trinidad, IceWEB's Lead Systems Development Engineer. "VMware certification means that any business contemplating or already using VMware can confidently deploy an IceWEB Storage System to carry out its mission-critical business applications. Should an application on its VMware platform have problems, it'll be able to eliminate the inevitable finger pointing since its IceWEB system is formally certified and fully compatible with VMware."
Every IceWEB Unified Data Storage System supports both file and block data, structured or unstructured, in both the cloud and data center environments. A complete array of storage management features is available including in-line de-duplication, compression and thin provisioning for unparalleled storage efficiency rates. In some cases, efficiency rates can approach 90 percent; i.e., with the purchase of only 10TBs of storage, IceWEB customers can have access to 100TBs of capacity, resulting in outstanding value in terms of dollar per usable terabyte, and a dramatic reduction in power consumption and footprint.
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