ACA Pacific wins distie deal for Condusiv Technologies

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ACA Pacific wins distie deal for Condusiv Technologies

Application performance optimisation software vendor Condusiv Technologies  - formerly known as Diskeeper - has appointed ACA Pacific as its new distributor for Australia and the rest of Asia-Pacific.

The US-headquartered vendor develops software to optimise storage performance for virtual and physical server environments and touts its software for reducing data centre costs and extending the life of existing hardware.

As part of the new partnership, ACA Pacific's channel will have access to Condusiv's full software portfolio, which includes V-locity I/O reduction software for virtual environments, Diskeeper and SSDkeeper for physical servers and PCs, and Undelete data protection software.

“ACA Pacific is the right distributor for Condusiv in the Asia Pacific region," Condusiv CEO James D’Arezzo said.

"ACA Pacific’s technical expertise and broad base of resellers will allow us to maximize the full potential of this key regional market and to take our business to the next level. Our goal is to deliver the highest level of channel support for each specific market segment. It will be an extreme pleasure working with Raj Saini and his team to grow our market share in the region.”

Condusiv forged a distribution deal with Ingram Micro Australia back in 2013, though the distie no longer lists Condusiv as one of its vendors. We've asked Ingram whether it's still distributing Condusiv software and will update the story when we hear back.

Condusiv lists two Australian resellers on its website: Pixel IT and Timeless Technologies.

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