Friday, October 19, 2007

DataSynapse Listed in the Top 15 Percent of the Nation’s Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Annual Inc. 5,000

"DataSynapse, the global provider of application virtualization software, today announced that it was listed in the top 15 percent of the nation’s fastest growing private companies in this year’s Inc. 5,000. The Inc. 5,000 list, put out annually by Inc. magazine, profiles the fastest-growing companies in America and takes a comprehensive look at the enterprises driving the country’s economy. The Inc. 5,000 is ranked according to the percentage of revenue growth from 2003 through 2006.

DataSynapse was also ranked in the top 100 in the following Inc. 5,000 lists:
Top Companies in Software
Top Companies in the New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania Area
Top Companies Intending to Go Public

“DataSynapse is honored to be recognized on the prestigious Inc. 5,000 list as it highlights our company’s success and leadership in the virtualization software market,” said Peter Lee, CEO and co-founder, DataSynapse. “We are grateful for the strong support of our customers and will continue to help them achieve a more agile, efficient and available utility computing capability.”
DataSynapse products are leveraged by the world’s leading organizations to create real-time infrastructure that optimize IT resources so that service levels remain predictable and consistent, despite unpredictable computing demands. DataSynapse’s flagship GridServer® and FabricServer™ product offerings intelligently match available server supply with application demand, allowing organizations to gain control of complex enterprise applications. Users experience improved agility, reduced costs and enhanced quality of service.
Last month, the company released its VersaVision™ software, the first commercial product that provides comprehensive visibility, analytics and reporting for service and demand virtualization infrastructures. VersaVision provides insight into demand and service performance, rich reporting infrastructure and day-to-day insight needed to continuously meet service level agreements. "

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