Eutelia SpA and Xsigo Systems Announce Partnership Companies to offer I/O Virtualization Solutions in Italian Market

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Eutelia, a leading Italian Communications Company, and Xsigo Systems, a leading I/O virtualization technology vendor in the United States, join forces to create joint virtualization solutions and services that help customers simplify management and increase server utilization in large data centers.

Xsigo Systems Inc., the technology leader in I/O virtualization, and Eutelia with its commercial brand Eunics for information and communication technology solutions and services, today announced a reseller agreement to offer virtualization solutions in the Italian enterprise IT market. The two companies will create joint solutions and services offerings that help customers virtualize their server infrastructures in order to simplify management and increase server utilization in large data centers.

Eutelia is one of the leading Italian providers of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) solutions and services. Eutelia will be integrating Xsigo with VMware and other virtualization technologies to create solutions that reduce costs and increase agility for a broad range of customers across government and industry.

"Xsigo's virtual I/O represents an important element of our offerings for data center virtualization and consolidation. The result is a 100x more responsive infrastructure where changes become far simpler to implement. With Xsigo, we believe that large data centers can lower their server-related operational expenses by up to 80%, cut capital costs by 50%, and use 70% less cabling," said Daniele Salpietro, general manager of Eutelia's business units for Virtual Infrastructure and Datacenter Managed Services. "Eutelia's broad range of solutions bridges the gap between IT and telco, and we are pleased to partner with Xsigo to further expand our solution capabilities."

The Xsigo I/O Director overcomes the limitations of traditional server I/O by virtualizing the connections to networks and storage, allowing IT managers to provision resources on-the-fly and without physically entering the data center.

"Eutelia and Xsigo have joined forces to offer customers complete solutions that combine Xsigo I/O virtualization and other solutions to reduce the cost, complexity, and time associated with managing servers and applications," said Charlie Will, Xsigo's VP of international sales. "Within this combined solution, Xsigo provides the I/O virtualization technologies that help customers simplify and accelerate server I/O management."

Xsigo Systems Inc
Xsigo Systems, Inc. is the technology leader in Data Center I/O Virtualization, helping organizations reduce costs and improve business agility. Xsigo's VP780 I/O Director consolidates server connectivity with a solution that provides unprecedented management simplicity and interoperability with open standards. The privately held company is based in San Jose, California, USA and funded by Kleiner Perkins, Khosla Ventures and Greylock Partners. For more information, visit http://www.xsigo.com.

About Eutelia SpA
Eutelia is an Italian Group offering individuals, companies and public authorities integrated solutions and services of Telecommunications and Information Technology with the Eunics brand. Eutelia strength results from its proprietary network (a domestic network of about 13,000 km and an international network that reaches New York and main European capitals) and, first and foremost, from its 3000 professionals at 23 sites across the country who can optimally support its customers and develop a true neighborhood policy. Eutelia has been listed on the Italian Stock Exchange since 2005 and had sales of 430,5 million eur (pro forma) in FY 2006. For more information, contact Eutelia at infrastructuresolutions@eutelia.it, or visit http://www.eutelia.com.

Contact Information:

Julie Inouye
Xsigo Systems
408-329-5618
jinouye(at)xsigo.com

Lisa Copass
Stepping Out Communications     
Office: 925-253-8445     
lisa(at)steppingoutcomm.com

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