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IT infrastructure distributor Networld Corporation partners with Login VSI

IT infrastructure distributor Networld Corporation partners with Login VSI

Networld Corporation, a leading distributor of IT infrastructure solutions in Japan, announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with Login VSI BV regarding Login VSI.

Tokyo, July 17 2012 – Networld Corporation (Networld), a leading distributor of IT infrastructure solutions in Japan, announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with Login VSI BV (Login) regarding Login Virtual Session Indexer (Login VSI).

The agreement allows Networld to promote, market and distribute Login’s flagship product, Login VSI, in the Japanese market to end users and authorized resellers. Networld will also handle first line technical support.

We see a strong growth of the VDI market in Japan. Testing of performance and scalability will help to guarantee a good end-user experience. The addition of the de facto industry standard testing tool Login VSI to the product portfolio of Networld significantly strengthens our offerings in the desktop virtualization space”, says Shoichi Morita, President and CEO of Networld Corporation.

The strong market presence of Networld Corporation in Japan with four sales offices and over 2000 resellers, significantly strengthens Logins position in the Japanese market. We are very happy with the opportunity to work with a leading solution provider like Networld as our first official distributor in Japan”, says Eric-Jan van Leeuwen, CEO of Login VSI B.V.

About Networld Corporation
Networld Corporation is a leading solution distributor of IT infrastructure in Japan. Its products include hardware and software products for building networks; server hardware, virtual servers, and security products for Internet/intranet environments; and system software and storage products supporting business environments, as well as OS and software development products. Networld Corporation is based in Tokyo, Japan. The company has sales offices in Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka, and Tokyo, Japan.

About Login VSI
Login Virtual Session Indexer is a vendor independent load testing tool to objectively test and measure the performance and scalability of centralized Windows desktop environments such as Server Based Computing (SBC) and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). The product is sold through Login VSI offices in The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany and a network of international partners. Global support is provided through its offices in Europe and a support office in Sunnyvale (California, USA).

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