IceWEB Successfully Completes VMware Fibre-Channel Certification

IceWEB Successfully Completes VMware Fibre-Channel Certification

-Milestone Represents Growing Competitive Advantage-

STERLING, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- IceWEB Storage Corporation, (OTC BB:IWEB), an award-winning Unified Data Storage appliance provider for cloud and virtual environments, as well as the highly secure, scalable IceBOX BYOD Private DigitalCloud Solution, today announced the successful completion of VMware Fibre Channel Certification for the IceWEB 3000 Unified Storage Appliance.

"The VMware certification process was a major undertaking for our Engineering Department and represents our continuing commitment to deliver solutions that our customers have come to expect from us," said Gaurang Mehta, CTO for IceWEB. "We will continue to work on this path to develop solutions and obtain certifications because that is what customers want from a world-class storage solution provider."

"Certification for this product represents a major milestone for the company as this is the first time IceWEB has had a fully-certified VMware Block Storage solution. The IceWEB 3000 now shares this distinction with other major storage vendors in the marketplace and puts IceWEB at a competitive advantage from a cost and features perspective," said Rob Howe, CEO of IceWEB.

"We continue to expand our storage offerings and certifications in the virtualization space. This particular certification will allow the company to further penetrate the growing VMware market space and offer customers a favorable alternative to many of the other solutions available today. In addition, in line with our Cloud Services strategy and our cloud replication capabilities, we offer customers a one-stop complete solution for storage and disaster recovery," Howe concluded.

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For IceWEB, Inc.
Cynthia DeMonte, 917-273-1717

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