We obtained our SPIN contract to be able to deliver affordable data storage solutions via the E-Rate program to those K-12 schools that need them.
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) September 14, 2010
Custom Storage, a leading provider of data storage solutions that helps organizations store, manage, protect and retain their critical data, today announced that it has obtained a SPIN contract to participate in the E-Rate program to provide network storage to K-12 schools.
The E-Rate program is a procurement vehicle funded by the federal government to enable K-12 schools and libraries in the United States to obtain affordable telecommunications and Internet access.
“Custom Storage has been helping state and local governments and private companies in Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and Utah implement effective data storage solutions for the past 9 years,” said Larry Gentry, president of Custom Storage. “We obtained our SPIN contract to be able to deliver affordable data storage solutions via the E-Rate program to those K-12 schools that need them.”
The E-Rate program supports connectivity - the conduit or pipeline for communications, using telecommunications services and/or the Internet. Data storage is a key component of most networks, and Custom Storage can now deliver a complete array of data storage solutions to support the schools and libraries the E-Rate program.
In addition to being a SPIN provider for E-Rate in Arizona, Custom Storage also partners with other leading technology vendors such as IBM, Riverbed, NetApp, VMware, CommVault and Symantec. This allows Custom Storage to deliver a complete array of data center solutions and services including data storage, disaster recovery, virtualization, back-up and recovery, WAN optimization, email archiving and data encryption.
The Custom Storage E-Rate SPIN is 143034396.
About Custom Storage:
Custom Storage designs and builds highly reliable data storage infrastructures and solutions for mid-market and enterprise companies and government agencies.
Custom Storage is privately-held and headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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