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Akorri Announces International Expansion With Three New Offices

Offices Provide Sales Presence in Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific

LITTLETON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/16/09 -- Akorri, Inc., the leader in virtual infrastructure performance and capacity management for the dynamic data center, announced today the company has expanded internationally into Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia Pacific by opening three new offices in the United Kingdom, Switzerland and Australia to sell its award-winning BalancePoint virtual infrastructure management software.

"The international market opportunity is excellent in these regions, and we look forward to helping overseas companies optimize the performance and utilization of their virtual and physical infrastructure as they leverage virtualization to reduce costs," said Bill Simpson, Vice President Worldwide Sales. "Just as is in the U.S., virtualization has matured enough in these regions that organizations are finding the need to better manage and fix the performance problems that crop up in the new complex and dynamic data center and that's when Akorri BalancePoint is required."

International resellers Integra in Italy, Sanalyse Technologies Ltd. of Ireland, and Tokyo Electron in Japan are members of Akorri's PartnerPoint Channel Program.

Akorri's international sales offices are in North Yorks, United Kingdom; Zurich area, Switzerland; and Victoria, Australia.

To view a short overview of Akorri BalancePoint click here

About Akorri

Akorri develops cross-domain analytical software solutions that optimize performance and utilization in the dynamic data center. BalancePoint virtual infrastructure management software provides automated, infrastructure-wide visibility and analysis to help enterprises fix problems, optimize utilization and improve performance for both virtual and physical servers and storage. IT organizations use BalancePoint to reduce IT infrastructure total cost of ownership and ultimately enable a service oriented infrastructure. Follow Akorri at http://twitter.com/Akorri. For more information, visit www.akorri.com.

Akorri, BalancePoint, Cross-Domain Analysis and the Akorri logo are trademarks of Akorri, Inc. All other trademarks used or mentioned herein belong to their respective owners.

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