Atlantis to Showcase Leading Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Storage, Performance and Security Optimization Solutions at VMware Partner Exchange

VMware Partner Exchange - Orlando, FL February 8th, 2011—Atlantis Computing, a leading provider of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) storage, performance and security optimization solutions, today announced that it will showcase its next-generation solution at VMware Partner Exchange in booth 121 along with leading channel partners including GreenPages Technology Solutions - a leading IT consulting and integration provider that helps clients fully virtualize their environments and transform their datacenter and IT operations to strategically leverage the power of cloud computing. The conference will be held February 8-10 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida.

Atlantis ILIO is a VDI storage and performance optimization software solution that complements VMware View and other VDI offerings to cut storage costs, provide IT teams with more storage options, and boost desktop performance and security. Atlantis ILIO is a unique and innovative VDI optimization technology that fundamentally changes the economics and performance characteristics of VMware View deployments.

“As companies move from small proof-of-concepts to larger deployments, they are running into VDI storage challenges around CAPEX and desktop performance. Companies that are deploying VDI are finding that the upfront storage costs make up most of the capital expenditure for VDI,” said Francis Czekalski, senior enterprise consultant, GreenPages Technology Solutions. “Atlantis ILIO gives us a way to accelerate VDI projects by reducing the cost of storage and ensuring that desktop performance is better than a physical PC. In the fourth quarter of 2010, we closed 2 VDI deals with Atlantis ILIO including a hospital and a leading chemical company that needed to reduce the cost of VDI storage and ensure acceptable desktop performance to make their VDI projects successful.”

To read more from Francis Czekalski, download “Why VDI Storage Requirements are So Different” at

“Atlantis ILIO is enabling our partners and customer to unlock the full potential of VDI,” said Bernard Harguindeguy, president & CEO of Atlantis Computing. “With Atlantis, our partners inject new life into existing VDI trials or deployments, as well as accelerate ongoing VDI deals.”

Atlantis Computing is actively recruiting channel partners with VDI and storage deployment expertise. Atlantis Computing channel partners have access to deal registration, trial software, sales and marketing tools, and support designed to help them deliver Atlantis Computing solutions to VDI customers. To learn more about the Atlantis Computing Solution Partner Program or apply to become a partner, visit

The VMware Partner Exchange is an annual partner conference dedicated to educating and enabling partners to succeed with VMware. Attendees and partners interested in learning more about Atlantis solutions should contact Rajiv Pimplaskar, vice president of sales at

About Atlantis Computing

Atlantis Computing is transforming enterprise desktop computing by solving the challenges of desktop virtualization: storage costs and user acceptance. Atlantis ILIO reduces VDI storage costs and complexity, boosts desktop performance and streamlines image management. Atlantis ILIO’s patent-pending VDI storage optimization technology is delivered as a software virtual appliance that transparently consolidates desktop images and offloads IO intensive Windows operations from VDI storage. Atlantis Computing is privately held and funded by El Dorado Ventures, Partech International and Cisco Systems with U.S. headquarters in Mountain View, California, European headquarters in London, England and a research and a development center in Bangalore, India.

For More Information:

Americas PR Contact:
Liem Nguyen
Touchdown PR
+1 (512) 970 9711

EMEA PR Contact:
Emily Gallagher
Touchdown PR
+44 (0) 1252 717 040


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