Award-Winning, RecoverTrac™ Technology Extends Functionality of VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager; Restores Virtual Machines Within Minutes MELVILLE, N.Y., March 5, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FalconStor Software, Inc. (Nasdaq:FALC), a market leader in disk-based data protection, will demonstrate the latest version of its RecoverTrac™ automated disaster recovery (DR) tool at CeBIT 2013 in Hannover, Germany, March 5 to 9. FalconStor is present in two stands: as a partner with Fujitsu in stand A28, hall 7, and with Starline Computer in stand E57, hall 2. Demonstrations will showcase RecoverTrac technology's deep integration with VMware, ability to reduce failback times and ability to recover virtual machines using VMware Virtual Machine Disk (VMDK) format. The RecoverTrac tool was recently chosen as the gold winner for the Best of VMworld 2012 in the Business Continuity and Data Protection category. FalconStor's live demonstrations of RecoverTrac 2.6 technology will highlight how it complements and enhances implementations of VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager (SRM). The RecoverTrac tool extends protection capabilities to all areas of the infrastructure not covered by VMware SRM by automating failover and failback services and leveraging replication and snapshot technologies. A standard feature of the FalconStor ® Continuous Data Protector (CDP) and FalconStor ® Network Storage Server (NSS) solutions, RecoverTrac technology enables non-disruptive DR testing, replication policies at the source and rapid recovery of virtual machines (VMs), providing businesses with one holistic method of managing data protection and disaster recovery. "In a world where each hour of downtime means lost revenue and productivity, automated DR solutions like the RecoverTrac tool are essential for IT departments," said Guy Berlo, vice president of Central European sales and operations for FalconStor Software. "As a leader in data protection, FalconStor provides its customers and partners with the latest technology and complete solutions they need to keep their businesses up and running ahead of the competition."