System Virtualisation

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What is it?

System virtualisation has allowed the implementation of computer equipment (servers and workstations) using fewer resources and physical machines, thus reducing maintenance costs, facilitating the implementation of new services and contributing to the high availability of computing resources.

System virtualisation is the present and future of IT technology, and represents a differential value for the companies that choose to virtualise their systems, as they are more agile and adapt quicker to the changing market demands.

What part do we play?

Today, businesses cannot afford to depend on the hope that their computer systems will function properly – these systems must be permanently available.

Virtualisation has allowed highly available systems to be implemented at greatly reduced costs, something which, in the past, was only available to large companies.


  • High availability IT systems
  • Improved productivity of the IT department and users
  • Quick adaptation to new business needs
  • Savings in energy costs
  • Quick Disaster Recovery
  • Modular growth adaptable to any environment and company size

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Related products

Server Virtualisation:
Allows multiple virtual servers to be implemented within a physical one, thereby maximising its resources. A virtualised environment consists of a pool of resources (CPU, RAM, Disks and connectivity) offered by the physical servers; which are shared and used by the virtual servers that implement them. This allows new servers to be deployed within a short period of time and, in the case of a physical server crashing, the possibility of using other resources to continue operating (high availability)
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI):
It allows virtual desktops to be served to users regardless of their personal computer. This allows for greater business security and minimises the servicing (maintenance) of the network equipment. Additionally, the start-up time of new users is minimised.

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