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Convert VMware VMs to Hyper-V VMs with NEW Free 5nine V2V Easy Converter v2.0

5nine Software, the #1 Windows Server/Hyper-V Management and agentless Security Software provider, has released a NEW, Free 5nine V2V Easy Converter v2.0 with Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 Support.

October 22, 2013, Beverly, MA. - 5nine Software, the #1 vendor delivering Management and Agentless/Host-based Security Software for Windows Server and Hyper-V, has released a NEW, Free 5nine V2V Easy Converter v2.0.

Free 5nine V2V Easy Converter performs fast and non-intrusive conversion and connection of selected VMware Virtual Machines to Windows Hyper-V Virtual Machines. The current version of 5nine V2V Converter supports conversion of VMware Virtual Machines with Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 (x86 and x64), and most of Advanced Server 2000, Ubuntu and CentOS configurations into VHD and VHDX file formats for Microsoft Hyper-V 2008 R2 SP1 and Microsoft Hyper-V 2012/R2.

"Our clients are looking forward to the release of the Windows Server 2012 R2 to take full advantage of its hot new features and strong functionality," states Dr. Konstantin Malkov, CTO of 5nine Software. "5nine Software continues to support virtualization technology users and we are glad to provide a complimentary tool for the conversion of virtual machines to the latest version of Microsoft Hyper-V."

Download 5nine V2V Easy Converter v2.0 from the company website at

An Annual Subscription License for the complete 5nine Software product line is available directly from 5nine at or through our comprehensive global partner network.

If you have any questions, please contact 5nine Software Information at or via phone +44 (20) 7048-2021 from 7am to 5pm GMT.

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