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Virtual Instruments Recognised As 2014 Emerging Vendor

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Virtual Instruments has been recognised as one of 2014's hottest emerging technology vendors in 2014 by CRN.

The top news source for solution providers and the IT channel, CRN has announced that Virtual Instruments – a leader in infrastructure performance management (IPM) for physical, virtual and cloud computing – has made the 2014 list of Emerging Vendors. The list identifies up and coming technology vendors that have introduced innovative new products and so created opportunities for North American channel partners to provide cutting-edge solutions for their customers.

According to CRN, Virtual Instruments gives customers comprehensive visibility, providing them with an accurate insight into their system-wide infrastructures and enabling them to solve problems as soon as they arise. This means that the end user is not adversely affected should anything go wrong with the infrastructure.

Steve Lankard, chief technology officer and vice president of technology solutions at OnX, believes Virtual Instruments are doing wonders in alleviating the increased strains on infrastructure caused by cloud computing. He said: “Virtual Instruments offers solutions for fibre channel storage area networks and network attached storage that simplifies troubleshooting, problem remediation, capacity planning, and workload movement impact.”

One of company's most effective and notable additions to the industry is the Virtual Instruments Partner Network (VPN), which adds to partners' portfolios by embedding the IPM solution into their offerings and allowing them to provide enhanced differentiation in a competitive market.

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