SOURCE: Transitive

September 10, 2007 08:00 ET

Transitive® Expands Reseller Network With Appointment of Three New Partners

Distribution Channel Extended to Meet Growing Enterprise Customer Demand for Transitive's Hardware Virtualization Solutions That Eliminate Hardware/Software Dependencies

LOS GATOS, CA--(Marketwire - September 10, 2007) - In response to exploding demand for its hardware virtualization solutions, Transitive® Corporation, the leading provider of software that enables transportability of applications across multiple processor and operating system pairs, today announced the expansion of its global reseller network with the addition of three new partners that will now offer its award-winning QuickTransit® software.

Net Direct Systems, STA and TotalTec Systems fill out Transitive's channel network in the Americas with best-of-breed technology, marketing, and distribution skills. These partners employ accredited professionals who ensure that customers enjoy the best deployment and technical support experience. As a result, Transitive's customers now have access to a broader choice of resellers that can meet their specific hardware and professional services needs. Each of the new resellers has experience in large-scale datacenter consolidation and IT infrastructure upgrade projects, and QuickTransit helps them by providing a fast, easy and cost-effective solution to legacy application migration.

"The trend toward hardware virtualization, coupled with the business need to preserve legacy applications, is fueling demand for QuickTransit's migration solution," said Steven Mih, vice president of worldwide sales at Transitive Corporation. "Transitive's current market momentum is directly tied to the quality of its channel partners, and we have carefully developed our reseller programs to ensure our partners are successful and our customers can rapidly enjoy the business benefits of their QuickTransit deployments."

Availability of QuickTransit for Solaris/SPARC-to-Linux/x86-64

Transitive's flagship product, QuickTransit for Solaris/SPARC-to-Linux/x86-64, began shipping in November 2006, and has attracted enterprise customers worldwide. It can be downloaded for evaluation or purchased from the Transitive Web site (www.transitive.com) and it is also available through Transitive's global channel partners, which now include:

--  Enterico/CRI - www.enterico.com
--  Ergonomic Group   - www.ergogroup.com
--  Morse plc (in Europe) - www.morse.com
--  MSI Systems Integrators, Inc. - www.msiinet.com
--  Net Direct Systems - www.netdirectsystems.com
--  Networld Corporation (in Japan) - www.networld.co.jp
--  Paradigm Technology - www.pt-corp.com
--  PKA Technologies - www.pkatech.com
--  Repton (in Europe) - www.repton.co.uk
--  STA - www.staweb.com
--  TotalTec Systems - www.totaltec.com
--  Xcedex - www.xcedex.com
--  Zot - www.zot.com
    

"QuickTransit is a proven solution that allows data centers to modernize without abandoning business-critical legacy applications or incurring the huge costs and risks associated with a massive porting project," said Jim Bartis, vice president of sales at Net Direct Systems. "We are excited to add QuickTransit to our portfolio of products and build new offerings around its capabilities."

"By enabling legacy application migration without a performance hit, Transitive allows us to significantly increase the value we bring to every customer engagement, while eliminating one of the key obstacles companies raise to the hardware consolidation projects they want but are often hesitant to begin," said Rob Schaeffer, executive vice president at STA.

"Transitive has developed an exciting partnership program that will very quickly help us help our customers to transition away from antiquated hardware infrastructures without impacting their business through exorbitant porting costs, system downtime, or the loss of key applications." said Larry Holzenthaler, executive vice president of marketing and sales at TotalTec Systems.

About Net Direct Systems

Net Direct Systems (NDS) designs and implements customized, comprehensive network, security and datacenter IT solutions together with value-added integration and consulting services for government, telecommunication, and commercial enterprises. The highly skilled solutions experts at NDS collaborate to bring over 160 technical certifications in addition to large enterprise, Fortune 500 executive-level project management experience to customer organizations. NDS was also selected as a 2005 VAR of the Year by VARBusiness Magazine, and continues to develop innovative solutions that meet its client's organizational goals and requirements. For more information about NDS, visit www.netdirectsystems.com, or call 888-768-2060.

About STA

For more than a decade, STA has focused on understanding and addressing the unique needs and requirements of the mid-market customer, which are agile and disciplined, and compete head-to-head with industry giants. STA Solution Sets promote a clear understanding of STA's role as a partner, and ensure we add value for every customer. STA is a privately held California corporation with offices throughout the Western US that is financially stable and has been profitable each year since its founding. For more information, visit www.staweb.com.

About TotalTec Systems

TotalTec Systems headquarters in Edison, New Jersey, hosts the largest enterprise IT integration facility on the East Coast, with regional sales offices throughout the Eastern and Southern US. TotalTec provides comprehensive professional services as well as solutions that are installed, integrated, and thoroughly tested prior to deployment at the customer's site. TotalTec is a wholly owned subsidiary of $3.2B global technology company Bell Microproducts (NASDAQ: BELM). For more information, visit www.totaltec.com.

About Transitive Corporation

Transitive is the leader in providing solutions that allow the transportability of software applications across multiple hardware platforms. The company's award-winning QuickTransit hardware virtualization solution allows software applications that have been compiled for one processor/operating system to run on a system with a different processor/operating system, without any source code or binary changes and at speeds comparable to native ports. QuickTransit allows data center managers to transport legacy enterprise applications quickly and easily from outdated, proprietary hardware to modern, standardized platforms without incurring the costs and delays of porting projects, and with no disruption to end users. QuickTransit also facilitates computer companies' migration to new hardware platforms; dramatically reduces software developers' cost, risk, and time-to-market in supporting multiple hardware platforms; and makes significantly more software available for more hardware platforms.

QuickTransit technology provides the engine for Apple's Rosetta translation software and is currently shipping on all of Apple's Intel-based computers. QuickTransit also provides the engine for IBM System p AVE, which will be included with all IBM System p enterprise servers later in 2007.

Transitive Corporation is located in Los Gatos, California, with a research and development team in Manchester, UK. Transitive was nominated as a Technology Pioneer at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland in January 2007, and the company's QuickTransit software was awarded the European ICT Grand Prize in March 2007, ahead of 450 technology products from 30 countries. For more information, please visit Transitive's Web site at www.transitive.com.

Transitive and QuickTransit are registered trademarks, and the Transitive logo is a trademark of Transitive Corporation and/or its affiliates in the United States and other countries. All other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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