Storage vendor Infinidat appoints Exclusive Networks as ANZ distie

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Storage vendor Infinidat appoints Exclusive Networks as ANZ distie

Storage vendor Infinidat has appointed Exclusive Networks as its distributor for Australia and New Zealand, expanding its presence in Asia-Pacific.

“We view Infinidat as a truly disruptive company that uses both innovative software and machine learning science to deliver the elusive treble of enterprise storage: extreme performance, seven-nines reliability and easy-to-grow scalability – all from low-cost hardware within a minimal data centre footprint,” Exclusive Networks managing director Jonathan Odria said.

"Partners rapidly learn how the InfiniBox platform is ideal for highly demanding storage applications, mixed workloads and why the storage-on-demand business model provides optimal flexibility for businesses data growth demands today.

“Exclusive Group’s portfolio perfectly complements Infinidat‘s solutions to address a multitude of cloud transformation project opportunities.”

Infinidat offers multi-petabyte-scale enterprise data storage solutions and targets users with “ambitious digital transformation goals” and/or businesses with mixed workloads including multi-cloud who want to keep some data on-premises.

“Exclusive Networks provides Infinidat technical and business solutions exactly where it’s required,” Infinidat country manager Steve Kletzmayr said.

“We are confident that the synergies will accelerate channel growth with the combined disruptive and innovative technologies from Infinidat and the value-added services and technologies from Exclusive Networks.

“This cooperation will bring a significant competitive advantage to both our partners and improved services & outcomes for customers in this region.”

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