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Ipanema Goes Virtual

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LONDON -- Ipanema Technologies – the industry leader in Application Performance Guarantee for business efficiency – today announced its new virtualisation offering, the virtual|engine. With the virtual|engine, enterprises can deploy the Ipanema’s Autonomic Networking System (ANS) over their virtual infrastructure and guarantee the performance of their application portfolio like ERP, Unified Communications, cloud applications, video, social media, etc. over their entire corporate network including the Internet. The benefits of Ipanema’s virtual|engine to enterprises include:

  • Flexible deployment models, including virtualised data centers and branch office box;
  • Standardisation of the infrastructure platform (hardware and operating systems) at the data center and at the branch office;
  • Reduced costs and faster installation times. “We’ve basically taken all our software features and turned them into a product that runs on a virtual platform. This enables huge flexibility in deployment models for our customers and partners” said Mark Burton, Ipanema’s Product Management Director. Ipanema Technologies
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