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NVIDIA Corporation Chooses File Virtualization Solution from Attune Systems
A solution for growing data storage needs

Attune Systems, Inc., a provider of enterprise-class file virtualization solutions, has announced that NVIDIA Corporation, a provider of programmable graphics processor technologies, has chosen the Maestro File Manager as a comprehensive file virtualization solution for the company’s growing data storage needs. NVIDIA will take advantage of the non-disruptive deployment of the Maestro File Manager in the company’s existing IT environment, as well as the comprehensive reporting tools offered by the Attune file virtualization solution, helping the company avoid problems before they occur and preserving current investments.

“The adoption of file virtualization by large enterprise environments such as NVIDIA shows that the Attune file virtualization solution is a great fit not only for SMBs, but also for large Windows-based implementations,” said Alan Kessler, CEO of Attune. “We are glad to be able to support customers in various vertical markets with a wide variety of IT department sizes, requirements, and skill sets. This really is a horizontal solution for any IT managers who need to understand what is going on in their existing Windows environment while managing their unstructured data in a non-disruptive way.”

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