TechnoBind and Nexsan Team in Indian Subcontinent to Deliver Easy, Efficient, Enterprise-Class Storage Systems for Mid-Market Organisations - Derek Kol - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog
TechnoBind and Nexsan Team in Indian Subcontinent to Deliver Easy, Efficient, Enterprise-Class Storage Systems for Mid-Market Organisations
Companies Deliver Purpose-Built Storage Systems that Meet Uncompromised Demands with Unmatched Value
Bengaluru – 28 -Sep, 2011 – TechnoBind Solutions Pvt. Ltd., and Nexsan®, a leading independent provider of disk-based storage systems, today announced that TechnoBind and Nexsan have partnered for the delivery of Nexsan’s comprehensive range of easy, efficient and enterprise-class storage systems. As a member of the Nexsan Advantage Channel Partner Program, TechnoBind will offer Nexsan storage systems to support customers in every business segment with their evolving storage requirements.
Purpose built for a range of mid-market storage needs – from data protection, virtual storage and bulk storage to cloud storage and archiving – Nexsan solutions give users a different kind of storage experience. Value-priced, they uniquely combine the benefits of reliable performance, ease-of-use, outstanding scalability and space/power efficiency.
“Cost containment and efficient use of resources is a key focus for CIOs throughout India and an area that Nexsan addresses well. Driven by virtualisation and cloud deployments, storage sector growth in India has risen to more than 60%,” said Harikrishna Prabhu, Director at TechnoBind. “We are excited to join with Nexsan in bringing a high-value technology proposition that helps our partners enhance the productivity and prosperity of end-user organisations.”
“In today’s world, information is everywhere, in every form,” said Gregg Pugmire, EVP, Business Development, Nexsan. “As a result, organisations of all sizes face mounting pressure to efficiently and cost effectively store their critical business content without compromising performance, reliability or scalability. Through our partnership with TechnoBind, Nexsan is fulfilling this critical mid-market need with innovative solutions that truly offer a different kind of storage experience with enterprise-class features that are both easy and efficient to use.”
Nexsan storage systems provide scalability, integrity and security for growing volumes of unstructured data and are ideal for virtual storage, data protection, archiving, bulk and cloud storage applications. TechnoBind now offers Nexsan’s complete range of storage systems as part of their overall product suite.
Nexsan is a leading independent provider of disk-based storage systems purpose-built and priced for the mid-market, offering industry-leading reliability, space and power efficiency. Nexsan storage systems provide scalability, integrity and security for growing volumes of unstructured data and are ideal for virtual storage, data protection, secure online archiving, bulk and cloud storage applications. Overcoming the challenges of traditional storage, Nexsan delivers a different kind of storage experience with easy-to-use, efficient and enterprise-class solutions that reduce the complexity and cost of storage. Nexsan delivers its storage systems through a select global partner ecosystem of solution providers, OEMs and system integrators.
TechnoBind is a member of the Nexsan Advantage Channel Partner Program. TechnoBind Solutions Private Limited, a specialist technology distribution company has its headquarters in Bengaluru and presence at all major cities including Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Hyderabad. The channel centric, young and energetic company has its clear focus on the innovative offerings for storage solutions, systems management, virtualisation and cloud management. The promoters bring unique values to the table from their decades of experience in Indian channel business delivering technology solutions to the customers across all verticals.
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Mr. Harikrishna Prabhu , Director
TechnoBind Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
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Publish Date: September 28, 2011 6:43 PM