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Integra Networks Chosen to Be a Key Session Presenter at VMworld 2014

Integra Networks, one of the world’s leading providers of virtualization solutions, announced today that it will be a key presenter at VMworld 2014 being held August 24 to 28 at the Moscone Center, San Francisco.

Integra Networks has been a presenter for three of the past four years and has been to every VMworld for the past 15 years. The company will be educating participants on the advantages of traditional Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), presented through VMware® vCloud® Suite, and how it can be enhanced with vCloud Application Director™. The session—one that will allow attendees to speak with Integra’s specialists—will provide insight on the provisioning of self-service Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS).

This year’s VMworld will be focusing on the latest industry topics, including the arrival of the mobile-cloud era and its inherent software implications—software that is already making IT more capable, more accessible, more reliable—and delivering real results.

“We are incredibly excited to be a part of VMworld again this year,” commented Nagwa Koressa, President of Integra Networks. “Not only is it an honor to be chosen to once again present at such a prestigious event, it is also an honor to be surrounded by such innovative, creative minds—people who are truly shaping the future of global business and how we interact within the virtualized landscape. I look forward to seeing familiar faces, as well as meeting the best and brightest our industry has to offer.”

In addition to VMworld 2014, Integra Networks has been busy with a multitude of other corporate endeavors. The company announced earlier this month that it will be expanding its workforce by more than 30% in Q3 and Q4 2014 to offer an even more robust team of industry professionals to its already impressive roster. As well, the company is also preparing to launch its new brand and communications platform later this summer.

“This is an incredibly exciting time for us at Integra,” said Rami Courtemanche, Integra’s Director of Operations. “The success of the past several years, coupled with the overwhelming positive response from our client-base, has prompted us to further evolve our company. The new additions to our team as well as our new communications initiative will enable us to better communicate, share, and interact with our peers and clients—these are definite game-changers for everyone involved. The next six months are going to be the culmination of a banner year for Integra Networks.”

For more information regarding Integra Networks virtualization solution offerings, or for more information regarding VMworld 2014, please visit us online at

About Integra Networks
Integra Networks has over twenty-five years of experience in architecting, building and supporting enterprise-level technology solutions and has implemented virtualization technology in more than forty federal government departments, and numerous public and private organizations.

At Integra Networks, we recognize that successful organizations all seem to have several things in common—agility, efficiency, safety and continuity. Today’s companies are required to provide higher performance while facing resource cutbacks. Under these circumstances, how can IT departments successfully facilitate change and support corporate goals?

Integra Networks’ strategy promotes a data center that is optimized to be accessible, available, secure, and economical.

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