With the new deal, Nutanix is capitalizing on the increased demand for converged solutions in Canada. Its virtual computing platform consolidates compute and storage into a single appliance. Businesses that use the platform no longer need traditional storage arrays.
“We are seeing increasing market demand for converged solutions across Canada,” said David Mason, vice president sales, Ingram Micro Canada. “This new alliance with Nutanix expands our data centre portfolio and builds on our success in bringing to market best-in-class, advanced technologies, solutions and services.”
Nutanix is building the next generation of data centres. It provides businesses with a highly scalable solution for running any virtual workload. The platform eliminates the need for centralized data storage.
In addition, Nutanix’s Pay-As-You-Grow model was designed to give companies the flexibility to add nodes individually, so that they can start small and scale accordingly as their business grows.
Senior director of Nutanix Canada Anton Granic commented: “Nutanix is seeing explosive growth not only in Canada, but all over the world. Teaming with Ingram Micro will help us capitalize on the growing demand for next-generation datacenter solutions and allow Nutanix to deliver our industry-leading convergence solutions to customers across Canada, as well as the U.S.”
The company recently launched its Nutanix Partner Network, an end-to-end partner program. With this distribution agreement, Nutanix expands its sales across the U.S. and Canada.
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