Vmware Vcenter Site Recovery Manager 6 Standard 25 Vm Pack Basic Support Subscription 1 Year
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VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 6 Standard (25 VM Pack) Basic Support/Subscription, 1 Year
|Manufacturer Part Number||VC-SRM6-25S-G-SSS-C|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.emc.com|
|Service Name||VMware Support and Subscription Basic|
|Service Main Type||Technical|
|Service Sub Type||Electronic and Physical|
|Service Description||12x5x4 Business Hour|
|Service Duration||1 Year|
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