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PHD Virtual Announces 34 Percent Annual Growth Record and Surpasses 5,000 Customer Milestone

PHD Virtual Technologies, a pioneer in virtual machine backup and recovery, and innovator of virtualization monitoring solutions, announced today record revenue for 2012 with a 34 percent annual growth – surpassing its 5,000th customer. In addition, the company was just ranked as one of the “Top 15 Most Growing Storage Start-Ups in 2012” by

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“This past year was a whirlwind with the release of new virtual backup and monitoring solutions, the development of a worldwide partner program and unprecedented customer adoptions,” said James Legg, CEO, PHD Virtual Technologies. “With the addition of various board members and a solid executive team, we are poised for future growth and well positioned going into 2013.”

PHD recently launched its PHD Virtual Backup 6.1 providing customers with the scalability and flexibility they need and makes the backup process easier to manage and more efficient, while also providing fully recoverable data at a moment’s notice.

“We’ve been dealing with ever shrinking backup windows for a while now,” said Keith Beatty of Kansas City Life Insurance Company. “I found PHD Virtual which seamlessly deployed in our virtual infrastructure, providing fast, reliable backups, at a price that didn’t break the bank!”

“Providing an enterprise-level backup solution for the virtual environment at a reasonable cost requires more than just setting prices low, the architecture must support those lower costs. Using a VM-based virtual backup appliance, PHD Virtual saves on hardware and licensing costs up front and as the environment scales,” said Eric Slack, Lead Analyst, Storage Switzerland. “It reduces operational costs by simplifying the infrastructure and providing several restore options. Leveraging multiple data reduction technologies also helps minimize storage and networking costs and when you add other features like support for multiple hypervisors, data verification and replication, PHD Virtual is a solution that must be considered.”

“Over this past year we have also invested in our marketing efforts to help support customer growth and requests for easier access to free products. In response to these requests, we’ve recently launched our new website, which has been redesigned to provide the best information and resources to arm our partners, prospects and customers with the information they need 24/7 to make informed product decisions,” continued Legg.

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PHD Virtual provides the absolute best value in virtual backup and monitoring for VMware and Citrix platforms. More than 5,000 customers worldwide rely on our products because they are effective, easier to use and far more affordable than competitive alternatives. Delivering the highest performance and most scalable cross platform backup and monitoring solutions on the market and pioneer of Virtual Backup Appliances (VBAs), PHD Virtual Technologies has been transforming data protection for virtual IT environments since 2006. Its PHD Virtual Monitor provides a complete, end-to-end solution for monitoring virtual, physical and application infrastructures in VMware and Citrix environments. For more information, please visit:

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