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Atlantis Computing Receives ‘Tested with Login VSI’ Award for Proven Commitment to VDI Performance and Scalability

Atlantis Computing Receives ‘Tested with Login VSI’ Award for Proven Commitment to VDI Performance and Scalability

Login VSI Integrated into Atlantis Computing Quality Testing & Reference Architectures

Barcelona (Citrix Synergy), October 16, 2012 - Login VSI B.V., the vendor of Login VSI, the de-facto industry standard benchmarking tool for Server Based Computing (SBC) and Virtual Desktop Infrastructures (VDI), announced today that Atlantis Computing received the ‘Tested with Login VSI’ award in recognition for their proven commitment towards testing and securing the optimal performance, scalability and reliability of their Atlantis ILIO VDI storage and performance optimization software.

Login VSI created the ‘Tested with Login VSI’ award program to recognize leading desktop virtualization-related technology vendors that demonstrate a structural commitment to providing their customers with an outstanding user experience. Atlantis Computing performs extensive internal testing on every Atlantis ILIO product released to deliver the best possible virtual desktop user experience, maximize the number of users per server and ensure the reliability of Atlantis ILIO solutions with heavy workloads.

Eric-Jan van Leeuwen, CEO from Login VSI B.V. adds, “For more than two years, Atlantis Computing has been testing its ILIO products using rigorous quality standards. After each change is made to the code, the entire product is tested using an automation framework that completes performance, scalability and reliability tests for thousands of desktops using every conceivable type of storage before it is shipped to customers. This structured approach to providing the best possible user experience for desktop virtualization and their commitment to publishing validated reference architectures with Login VSI, led us to select Atlantis Computing to be recognized with our ‘Tested with Login VSI’ award.”

In addition, Atlantis Computing partners with leading vendors such as Citrix, Cisco, Microsoft and GlassHouse, as well as leading consultants such as Shawn Bass to publish independently validated reference architectures and test results that provide customers with reproducible desktop virtualization blue prints that they can use to deploy Server Based Computing (SBC) and Virtual Desktop Infrastructures (VDI) without the risk of designing and deploying new (and untested) architectures.

Bernard Harguindeguy, CEO of Atlantis Computing explains his choice to leverage Login VSI. “More than two years ago, we started to look for the best possible tool that we could use to test and guarantee the performance and quality of Atlantis ILIO. We first worked with Login VSI in partnership with Citrix and Cisco in November of 2010 when Cisco published the first reference architecture tested with Windows 7 and an Anti-Virus agent. Since then, we have integrated Login VSI into our standard Quality Assurance process, we use it in our labs every day and have completed countless reference architectures based on Login VSI.”

Read the Citrix XenDesktop Modular Reference Architecture: Citrix XenDesktop 5.6, Microsoft Hyper-V & Atlantis ILIO Diskless VDI using Login VSI 3.6

More Reference Architectures with Atlantis ILIO and Login VSI:

About Atlantis Computing
Atlantis Computing is transforming enterprise desktop computing by solving the challenges of virtual desktop deployments: storage costs, performance and deployment risks. The Atlantis ILIO software complements VDI solutions to cut VDI costs and deliver a desktop that is faster and cheaper than a PC. With Atlantis ILIO, IT organizations can deploy 4-7 times more desktops on the same storage footprint, making VDI more affordable by both cutting the amount of storage needed per desktop and enabling the use of less expensive storage options. Atlantis Computing is privately held and funded by El Dorado Ventures, Partech International and Cisco Systems with headquarters in Mountain View, California, and offices in London, England. For more information, visit: www.atlantiscomputing.com.

About Login VSI
Login Virtual Session Indexer (Login VSI) is a vendor independent benchmarking 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). Leading IT-analysts recognize and recommend Login VSI as the de-facto industry standard benchmarking tool for VDI and SBC. Login VSI can be used to test virtual desktop environments like Citrix XenDesktop and XenApp, Microsoft VDI and Remote Desktop Services, VMware View, Quest vWorkspace and other VDI/SBC solutions. For more information, visit: www.loginvsi.com.

Login VSI is the standard tool used in all tests that are executed in the internationally acclaimed Project Virtual Reality Check. For more information, visit: www.projectvrc.com.

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