Resellers can also take advantage of Scale's 100 percent channel commitment and deal registration program to win deals and make high margins
Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) October 6, 2010
Interwork Technologies, a top, service-oriented distributor of data security and IP communication products in North America announces today its partnership with Scale Computing to offer their unified, scale-out storage solutions to the mid-market. Based on its Intelligent Clustered Storage™ (ICS) technology, Scale’s portfolio of storage solutions can help businesses reduce costs, increase control and make storage management more convenient for IT administrators.
“Resellers who sell storage need to take a close look at Scale Computing. Ranked as one of America’s most promising companies by Forbes, Scale offers low-price, high-performance solutions are ideal for resellers that want to meet their customers’ virtualization, archiving and SMB storage needs,” said Ken Lewis, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Interwork Technologies. “Resellers can also take advantage of Scale’s 100 percent channel commitment and deal registration program to win deals and make high margins,” added Lewis. “It’s great to work with a vendor like Scale and I’m confident resellers will generate a lot of new storage business with the company’s solutions.”
Because its ICS technology is clustered rather than a controller-based architecture, Scale’s Starter Cluster contains three nodes to provide the redundancy and data protection companies need in the rare event of a drive or node failure. This inherent functionality allows companies to take advantage of high-performance, flexible storage solutions that scale as business needs dictate—and without experiencing downtime to valuable services or information.
With Scale ICS technology, companies can add storage hardware, or nodes, as their needs dictate, without interrupting critical services or migrating data. As a unified storage platform, Scale’s Starter Cluster line of products enables simultaneous storage area network (SAN) and network attached storage (NAS) services from a single pool of storage to provide enterprise-class, truly clustered and highly scalable storage.
“We are pleased and excited to be working with Interwork Technologies,” said Jeff Ready, CEO of Scale Computing. “Interwork’s focus on high margin solutions and personalized customer service is an ideal match for us. As a 100 percent channel organization, we’re looking forward to working with them to help their network close deals and generate leads.”
About Interwork Technologies Inc.
Interwork Technologies Inc is a North American value-added distributor which specializes in data security, IP communications (VoIP) and storage solutions. Established in 1991, Interwork works closely with resellers to develop new business opportunities that will help them to grow into new markets. With offices in the USA and Canada, Interwork serves an extensive partner network of resellers and solution providers as an advisor in emerging technologies. For more information, visit http://www.interwork.com.
About Scale Computing
Scale Computing is a developer and manufacturer of complete, end-to-end midmarket clustered storage solutions. Based on Scale’s Intelligent Clustered Storage™ (ICS) technology, Scale’s storage portfolio aims to reduce costs while increasing control, as well as make storage management more convenient for IT administrators. The Starter Cluster line of products provides enterprise-class, truly clustered storage features at a fraction of the price of comparable solutions. IT managers are able to build out storage clusters, starting with just 1.5 terabytes up to the multiple petabyte range on a single file system using commodity hardware. One hundred percent channel, Scale’s Generation 3.0 storage solution is protocol and density agnostic. Based in Indianapolis, IN, Scale Computing was named one of Forbes’ Most Promising Companies in 2009. For more information, visit http://www.scalecomputing.co.uk. Read founders’ blogs at: http://www.mcstartup.com (Jeff Ready) and http://www.pioniq.com (Peter Fuller).