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Atlantis Computing

December 10, 2013 09:00 ET

Atlantis Computing Extends Hypervisor Support With Atlantis ILIO for Microsoft Hyper-V 3.0

Atlantis Computing Releases Its Software-Only Approach to Solving the Storage Performance, Capacity and Deployment Challenges for Desktop Virtualization on Hyper-V 3.0

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA--(Marketwired - Dec 10, 2013) - Atlantis Computing™, the leader in software-defined storage for desktop virtualization, today announced Atlantis ILIO™ for Hyper-V™3.0 -- a 100% software solution that delivers dramatic storage performance and capacity utilization improvements for Citrix XenDesktop environments. Atlantis ILIO is the first software-defined storage solution that can be deployed on any server with any storage and on any of the three major hypervisors: VMware vSphere™, Citrix XenServer™ and Microsoft Hyper-V™.

Atlantis ILIO for Hyper-V 3.0 is a software-only solution that allows Microsoft customers to dramatically reduce the cost, improve performance, and de-risk the implementation and deployment of VDI projects, regardless of the class of enterprise storage deployed. Atlantis ILIO makes virtual desktops run faster than PCs, for less than half the cost of a physical PC, which ensures user acceptance and delivers on the original promise of VDI.

Atlantis Computing, an award-winning, fast growing company with over 500,000 licenses sold, hundreds of mission critical implementations across banking, healthcare, insurance, retail, energy, education, telco and government agencies globally, provides software-only solutions supporting any server or storage environment, purpose-built to solve the performance, cost, and deployment risks inherent in virtualized workloads.

Atlantis ILIO simplifies the deployment and operationalization of any desktop virtualization project at any scale, delivering sophisticated, high-performance, scalable provisioning technology that integrates transparently with existing workflows and seamlessly integrates with existing virtualization and storage infrastructure. Deployments are simplified with less storage to install and manage, less network storage traffic to handle, and fewer servers to deploy. Deployments are further de-risked with high-availability and disaster recovery capabilities. Atlantis ILIO reduces operational expenses while significantly reducing storage capital expenses, delivering the lowest cost virtual desktops with better than PC performance.

"Atlantis ILIO for Hyper-V 3.0 is a solution that continues to deliver on our vision of supporting all major hypervisor and storage vendors as we increase the performance, capacity utilization, and de-risk VDI deployments with Atlantis ILIO," said Bernard Harguindeguy, President and CEO, Atlantis Computing. "With this release, we confirm our continued commitment to support the Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization technology which continues to enjoy rapid adoption globally."

About Atlantis Computing
Atlantis Computing, winner of the prestigious Best of VMworld and Best of Citrix Synergy awards, addresses the challenges of storage-intensive applications in private and public clouds: performance, cost, and the ability to scale-out on demand. Atlantis ILIO software complements virtualization solutions from Citrix, Microsoft and VMware to optimize the use of data center storage by virtualized desktops and servers, automate large scale deployment and management, and lower implementation risks. Atlantis Computing is privately held and funded by Adams Street Partners, Cisco Systems, El Dorado Ventures and Partech International, with headquarters in Mountain View, California and offices in Europe. For more information, visit: www.atlantiscomputing.com or follow us on Twitter @AtlantisILIO.

Atlantis Computing, Atlantis ILIO and Atlantis ILIO Diskless VDI, In-Memory VDI, Atlantis ILIO for XenApp, Atlantis ILIO FlexCloud and Atlantis ILIO Persistent VDI are trademarks of Atlantis Computing, Inc. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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