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GreenBytes Partners With ClearCube to Enhance Features, Performance and ROI of SmartVDI Platform

PROVIDENCE, RI -- (Marketwired) -- 08/21/13 -- GreenBytes®, Inc., a developer of full-featured virtual desktop storage optimization solutions, today announced a strategic partnership with ClearCube® Technology, a leader in virtual desktop systems including private cloud solutions, zero clients, blade PCs and high-performance workstations. GreenBytes' patented zero latency inline deduplication technology, available exclusively in the company's vIO virtual storage appliance, has been integrated into ClearCube's Smart Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (SmartVDI™) Series 100 host platform to provide accelerated performance and additional enterprise-class features for ClearCube's SmartVDI platform.

"We are excited to be in partnership with GreenBytes. The storage capabilities that the GreenBytes solution provides are leading edge; cutting through all the hype and white-noise in the VDI storage marketplace with breakthrough performance," said Jim Zakzeski, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, ClearCube Technology. "The practical benefits from GreenBytes' patented deduplication efficiency are profound and significantly impact the economics of the storage component of VDI deployments to the tune of 15:1 cost savings, making persistent full clones very attractive."

ClearCube's SmartVDI Series 100 host platform is designed to smoothly transition physical personal computer desktops, with all the configurations and personalization created, onto a virtualized, high availability desktop platform in the most cost-effective manner. Whether deploying linked or full clones, persistent or non-persistent desktops, ClearCube has configuration options within the SmartVDI family to optimize VDI compute/storage based on particular needs. With SmartVDI's simplified installation and end-to-end control of the VDI environment, virtualized desktops can be managed with the same tools that are already familiar for managing physical desktops. The SmartVDI platform has been purpose-built to deliver a superior virtual desktop user experience that is easy to support, scales from 100s to 1000s of virtual desktops, and offers low cost-per-seat configurations.

"ClearCube's SmartVDI platform offers customers outstanding value and performance as more and more companies look to successfully deploy and manage full persistent virtual desktops," said Dan Beauregard, Senior Director, Strategic Alliances, GreenBytes. "GreenBytes' vIO virtual storage solution features our patented zero latency inline deduplication technology and was architected to enable OEMs like ClearCube to deliver cost effective, cloud-scale desktop virtualization. We believe that the pairing of ClearCube's emerging SmartVDI platform with GreenBytes' enterprise-class VDI software will enable ClearCube to accelerate and expand their footprint in the virtual desktop marketplace."

ClearCube will be a featured partner in GreenBytes' booth at VMworld (Booth 735) at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA, August 25-28, 2013. Jim Zakzeski, VP Sales & Marketing, ClearCube, will be speaking in the GreenBytes booth on August 27 at 11:30am, presenting "CVDI Desktop to Data Center."

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About GreenBytes, Inc.
GreenBytes delivers patented IO-Offload desktop virtualization storage optimization solutions that maximize the effective performance and capacity of existing infrastructure to provide persistent, full-featured virtual desktops with the manageability, scalability and affordability required for cloud-scale VDI deployments. GreenBytes was founded in 2007 and is based in Providence, Rhode Island, USA. For more information, please visit www.getgreenbytes.com.

About ClearCube Technology
ClearCube Technology, a leader in centralized and virtualized desktop infrastructure solutions, develops specialized PCoIP zero clients that connect to SmartVDI compute/storage host platforms for task/knowledge users and high performance remote PCoIP blade PC/workstations for power and highly specialized users. ClearCube has developed and deployed thousands of high performance remote workstations that power trading floors, fusion centers and mission-critical command and control rooms around the globe. The company's success is often attributed to the consistent ability to meet cost savings, performance and special security requirements for ALL use cases involved in centralization and virtualization initiatives.

GreenBytes and the GreenBytes logo are registered trademarks of GreenBytes, Inc. All other product names and trademarks are the property of their respective firms.

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For additional information, contact:
Michael Robinson
GreenBytes
+1 401-228-8390
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Jim Zakzeski
VP Sales and Marketing
ClearCube Technology
+1 512-652-3500
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