Cubic Mission Solutions Subsidiary Completes VMWare Compatibility Testing of New Virtual Server

A virtual server made by a Cubic Mission Solutions subsidiary has completed VMware-standardized compatibility tests and evaluations needed to be listed within the VMware Compatibility Guide.

The DTECH Labs-made M3-SE-VSVR-P virtual server has been demonstrated to be compatible with the VMware’s vSphere ESXi 6.5 platform, Cubic said Wednesday.

“We are very pleased our M3-SE-VSVR virtual server is now listed in the VMware Compatibility Guide,” said Mike Barthlow, vice president of secure networking at DTECH.

The Compatibility Guide provides a list of software and hardware that can be used with VMware technologies.

The M3-SE-VSVR-P server is now certified to be used for tactical cloud virtualization with the VMware platform.

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