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Condusiv Technologies Announces Software Guarantee Program Promising Channel Partner Customers 25% Faster VMs in Real World Networks or V-locity 4 VM Accelerator Software is Free

Condusiv™ Technologies, formerly Diskeeper Corporation, the leader in high-performance software optimizing technology, people and businesses, today announced its limited-time software guarantee program that promises customers a minimum of 25% faster applications on their Virtual Machines (VMs) for all VMware ESX/ESXi and Microsoft platforms in customer production environments, or the software is free.

“At Condusiv we are putting our money where our mouth is,” said Condusiv CEO Jerry Baldwin. “V-locity 4 customers are seeing application performance boosts up to 50% or more on their Hyper-V and VMware virtual platforms. We guarantee a minimum of 25% improvement to our customers’ production networks or the software is free. V-locity 4 performs I/O optimization at the source improving bandwidth to the VM and reducing latency without additional CAPEX hardware cost. Big data, cloud services and new applications are consuming more and more storage and CPUs. Windows users are generating unnecessary I/Os resulting in I/O bottlenecks that are stealing storage bandwidth and increasing latency. V-locity 4 is application agnostic, so anything running on that virtual machine will see dramatic performance improvement.”

“Ingram Micro is pleased to bring V-locity 4 to market and share Condusiv Technologies’ new partner incentives with our mutual channel partners in the US,” says Jodi Honore, vice president, Vendor Management, Ingram Micro U.S. “Application performance is a hot topic and a key measure of success for our channel partners. The potential performance gains V-locity 4 brings to the table, combined with Condusiv’s new channel partner program and the business enablement resources offered by Ingram Micro make for a compelling value proposition that’s hard to ignore.”

By optimizing reads and writes, V-locity 4 improves VM performance up to 50% or more eliminating application bottlenecks and enabling more VMs on a single, physical server. Server virtualization can maximize IT investment. However, because VMs share server and storage resources, the only way to get the full value of virtualization and protect CAPEX investment is by reducing I/O response time while increasing bandwidth to the VM without adding additional hardware. By including V-locity 4 in their virtualization solutions, channel partners will unlock the full value of their customers’ investments and dramatically increase customer satisfaction.

V-locity 4 VM accelerator comes with its own internal benchmarking tool that reports a “before” and “after” comparison of I/Os per second, I/O response time, workload and more. OpenBench Labs independently validated the accuracy of V-locity 4’s embedded benchmarking tool via Iometer testing. The full report on OpenBench Labs testing with V-locity 4 can be found at: http://learn.condusiv.com/rs/condusivtechnologies/images/OpenBench_test-Report_V-locity-4.pdf.

If the 25% performance guarantee is NOT met, a full refund will be issued directly from Condusiv Technologies (even if purchased from a reseller) and all V-locity 4 licenses stipulated in the Purchase Order will be issued for FREE.

This creates a significant opportunity for channel partners to position a thought leading performance-optimizing software product, and to guarantee their customers dramatic results – or their money back. Best of all, there is no risk to the channel partner.

For more information on this program, visit www.condusiv.com/fastervms.

System Requirements
V-locity 4 installs on all Windows virtual machines and supports:
Windows XP (requires SP2), Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008 (or R2) and Windows Server 2012

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About Condusiv. Condusiv Technologies creates high-performance software that optimizes and maintains application performance and efficiency, extends equipment longevity to make technology, people and businesses more productive. From the moment Condusiv software is installed on physical or virtual systems, our technology ensures data performance is automatically optimized. Requiring zero overhead, our energy-efficient, “Set It and Forget It”® solutions are used by over 90% of the Fortune 1000 and almost three-quarters of The Forbes Global 100. Our customers include thousands of global enterprises, government agencies, independent software vendors (ISVs), original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and home users worldwide. With over 30 years of cutting-edge product development, we lead the market in data storage innovation, delivering thought-leading technology that improves your business and user experience. Condusiv solutions help technology function at peak levels, increasing the productivity of people and business.

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