Tech firm commissions study highlighting value VMware-based program
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Tech firm commissions study highlighting value VMware-based program

A technology company that recently released  an automated system for use on VMWare platforms has commissioned a study that revealed major money-saving potential to employers.

In a statement, Infoblox said that its IP address management solution for VMware could give firms savings of up to 300 percent, according to an independent analysis from the Tolly Group. Infoblox vice president of marketing David Gee said that the results of the study were further proof of the virtualization firm's value.

"Infoblox pioneered the development of automated network control solutions that are designed to take the burden of complex network control out of human hands, reduce costs, and increase accuracy and uptime," Gee said. "By demonstrating the specific ROI enterprises can achieve if they upgrade their legacy systems to Infoblox solutions, these Tolly Group results underscore Infoblox’s essential role in virtualization and cloud deployments."

VMWare continues to be a major presence in the technology sector. The firm recently purchased Log Insight from Pattern Insight for an undisclosed amount. The product is used to help both traditional and cloud data centers.