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Leading Managed Service Provider Selects Zyrion Cloud Monitoring Solution for Offering Managed Services

Leading Provider of Information Technology Solutions Selects Zyrion for Monitoring Their Emerging Technology Services

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/12/13 -- Cloud Expo -- Zyrion Inc., a leading provider of Cloud and IT Monitoring software solutions, today announced that United Technology Group (UTG), the leading provider of information technology solutions headquartered in Atlanta, has selected Zyrion's Traverse Cloud monitoring software for offering managed services to their clients.

UTG is one of Atlanta's fastest growing Managed Service Providers and a leading provider of information technology solutions for mid-sized enterprise and small businesses nationwide. UTG provides reliable, consulting and scalable technology solutions ranging from Cloud, virtualization, secure networking, storage, unified communications as well as backup and disaster recovery services to achieve optimal efficiency and full security with client networks.

"We were adding tools because our existing solutions did not monitor the emerging technologies we were deploying, and we were looking for an alternative that had the ability to consolidate all of our monitoring platforms into one," said Brian Miller, President of UTG. "We were impressed with the distributed data architecture & noise reduction functionality in Zyrion's solution, and in the short period since deployment it has delivered instant ROI by allowing us to manage the Cloud & IT infrastructure of multiple client as one unified and integrated system," he added.

"We welcome United Technology Group as a partner," said Vikas Aggarwal, CEO of Zyrion Inc. "Their vision of solving the complex datacenter problems, focusing on end user experience and data-distance aligns well with our vision and technology, and we look forward to working with them."

About United Technology Group
UTG was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. UTG architects, implements and manages technology solutions for enterprise and small businesses nationwide. UTG continuously strives to facilitate the growth of their clients through better technology. For more information, visit: www.utgsolutions.com.

About Zyrion Inc.
Zyrion is the leading provider of integrated Cloud and IT infrastructure monitoring software using ITIL Business Service Management (BSM) technology for providing correlated, service-oriented views of the entire cloud, application and network. Zyrion offers the most scalable monitoring solution in the industry for distributed and complex datacenter environments. Zyrion's Cloud and Network monitoring solution is used by large enterprises and Service Providers (MSPs) worldwide.

Zyrion has its corporate offices in Sunnyvale, California and Government Solutions Center in Washington, DC. For more information, visit www.zyrion.com or call +1-877-7-ZYRION.

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