Nimble Storage provides better technology at a greater value, which is what Great Lakes Computer has been about since day one.
Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) September 17, 2013
Great Lakes Computer, a datacenter solutions provider for nearly three decades, is excited to announce our recent partnership with Nimble Storage, the leading provider of flash-optimized storage solutions. As a partner joining Nimble Storage in Michigan, Great Lakes Computer has a unique opportunity to leverage the solution set offered by Nimble to round out the solution provider’s extensive datacenter solutions portfolio.
Nimble Storage has acquired more than 1,750 customers since the company started shipping its product in 2010. The key behind the company’s success is their patented Cache Accelerated Sequential Layout (CASL) architecture, which enables their hybrid storage arrays to simultaneously deliver fast performance and cost-effective capacity.
Nimble Storage offers arrays targeted at enterprises of every size, starting with the CS200 series and scaling up to the high-end CS400 series. Existing Great Lakes Computer partners like CommVault and VMware can be used to fully leverage their virtualization and business continuity capabilities.
Through their technological and integration capabilities, Nimble Storage enables faster application performance, enhanced backup and disaster recovery, and stress-free operations—all while lowering TCO. As a result, Nimble Storage has proven to be an exceptional platform for all mainstream business applications and environments, including Microsoft Applications like Exchange, SharePoint, and SQL Server, as well as Oracle, data protection, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), and server virtualization.
When asked about the choice of Nimble Storage as a technology partner, Great Lakes Computer’s President stated, “The reason we chose to partner with Nimble Storage is not only due to their unique technology, but because they fit our business model very well. Nimble Storage provides better technology at a greater value, which is what Great Lakes Computer has been about since day one.”