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Maine cloud integrator picks up elite data center certification

GreenPages can now provide highly specialized services for Condusiv Technologies' V-locity, software that speeds up VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machines.
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Written by Heather Clancy, Contributor on

GreenPages Technology Solutions, which has parlayed its extensive midmarket experience in virtualization and storage solutions into private cloud infrastructure engagements, is now the latest elite integration partner for Condusiv Technologies (formerly Diskeeper).

The new relationship makes GreenPages one of fewer than 10 "regional superpowers" that can offer specialized services and support related to V-locity, Condusiv's technology for speeding the performance of VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machines without requiring additional storage hardware. There are currently more than 1,000 customers using the platform.

Condusiv's new Elite tier is invite-only.

With about $130 million in annual revenue, GreenPages employees about 190 in Kittery, Maine, Boston, New York and Atlanta. It is one of the most experienced virtualization and private cloud hardware companies in the United States, with a particular focus on midmarket solutions for healthcare organizations and financial services companies. Its strategic relationships include Cisco, Dell, EMC, Hewlett-Packard, VMware and VCE, which is the group behind the Vblock converged infrastructure approach spearheaded by Cisco and EMC. 

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