ago 9, 2007 : SWsoft Virtuozzo Grows in Popularity


servint.net logoagosto 9, 2007 - Service automation and virtualization provider SWsoft (http://www.swsoft.com) announced on Thursday that more service providers and IT organizations worldwide are using its Virtuozzo virtualization software to reduce expensive electric costs and lower their energy consumption.


"Virtuozzo delivers the highest density available in a virtualization solution, enabling hundreds of virtual environments on a single physical server, and so it offers the greatest potential for energy savings," says Serguei Beloussov, CEO of SWsoft. "By using Virtuozzo to achieve their green computing goals, hosting providers can significantly reduce their energy usage while also realizing greater efficiency in their data center." 

Several SWsoft customers are realizing the green potential of virtualization with Virtuozzo in significant ways, including ServInt Internet Services (servint.net), which estimates that its green efforts have produced a savings of as much as 85 percent in electricity usage for every hosted customer that transitions from a single physical server to a virtual server.

Meanwhile, Germany-based Host Europe (hosteurope.de Revisiones Totales: 9
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) estimates that its virtualized hosting customers use 63 percent less electric power. Finally, France-based ikoula (ikoula.com Revisiones Totales: 4
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) estimates it can save as much as 60 percent on electricity by moving customers from dedicated to virtualized servers.

SWsoft announced last month that Czech Republic Web hosting provider IGNUM selected the SWsoft Virtuozzo virtualization solution to power its virtual private server offerings.

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