SOURCE: Virtual Iron Software, Inc.

November 13, 2007 10:00 ET

Virtual Iron CEO Ed Walsh to Address UBS Global Technology & Services Conference

Joins Executives From CA, Citrix, EMC, IBM, Intel, Red Hat and Symantec at Annual Event

LOWELL, MA--(Marketwire - November 13, 2007) - Virtual Iron Software (www.virtualiron.com) president and CEO Ed Walsh will present at the UBS Global Technology & Services Conference being held this week in New York. The event will feature presentations by CEOs and other senior executives from more than 200 global technology companies to provide insights into the most important issues facing the industry such as ongoing sector consolidation, ideological shifts in the technology landscape and new opportunities and challenges.

The event takes place November 13th - 15th at the Grand Hyatt New York. Virtual Iron is one of several highly promising private companies presenting at the event. The conference will also feature a number of large, mid and small capitalization companies in the communications, digital media, semiconductor, hardware, software, internet and services sectors including CA, Citrix, EMC, IBM, Intel, Red Hat and Symantec. Virtual Iron's Walsh will present on Tuesday, November 13th at 3:15 p.m.

About Virtual Iron Software, Inc.

Virtual Iron provides enterprise-class server virtualization software that enables companies to dramatically reduce the cost and complexity of managing and operating their data center. The software includes advanced capabilities that leverage industry standards, open source economics and built-in hardware-assisted acceleration. Small, medium and large organizations worldwide use Virtual Iron for production server consolidation; development and test optimization; cost-effective high availability and disaster recovery; dynamic capacity management; and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). The software is available exclusively through Virtual Iron's Channel One partner network. Evaluation copies are available for free download at http://www.virtualiron.com/free. For more information, visit http://www.virtualiron.com or email info@virtualiron.com.

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