STERLING, Va.--()--IceWEB, Inc.™ (OTC BB:IWEB), an award-winning Unified Data Storage appliance provider for cloud and virtual environments that features a highly secure, scalable IceBOX Private Digital Cloud solution, announced today that it has won a key customer opportunity in the banking sector. One of the largest mortgage service units in the country has chosen IceWEB’s high performance IceWEB ERX Solid State storage arrays to power a fast growing virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) project used in 12 offices throughout the country.
“Our banking customer will power its VDI infrastructure with IceWEB’s silicon storage technology. Virtual Desktop environments demand more performance from a storage platform that any other application in an enterprise computing environment. IceWEB ERX all-Flash platform enormously accelerates the performance of resource-hungry enterprise applications like Database, VDI and ERP Systems. They are faster, consume less power, generate less heat, and offer IO performance levels exceeding 100K IOPS and 1.2 GB/s. We’ve solved a major customer issue with IceWEB technology,” said Ron Robinson, President of IT Data Storage, an IceWEB reseller.
“This is the latest example of the advanced utility our products deliver. Not only do they provide rock-solid reliability and advanced management features for storage, they also bring enormous performance gains into situations like this VDI Environment. That’s just another reason why customers choose us. IT Data Storage is a great partner, and we look for many more sales like this one from them in the near future,” said Tim McNamee, IceWEB VP of Business Development.
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