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Exanet Partners with SITRONICS Information Technologies

Exanet has chosen SITRONICS Information Technologies (formerly Kvazar-Micro), a leading systems integrator, as its authorized reseller in Eastern Europe and CIS.  

“We are delighted to have SITRONICS represent us in our efforts to further penetrate this rapidly expanding market,” says Hugo Georlette, VP Sales, EMEA and APAC, of Exanet. “The remarkable growth in this region closely mirrors our own rapid expansion, and we’re very excited a firm of SITRONICS’ caliber will be our flag bearer there.”  

Exanet’s ExaStore NAS is renowned for its ability to provide worry-free data storage, supporting almost unlimited growth as it guarantees that applications and user operations flow seamlessly throughout the storage network. It’s structured to work as the silent partner in storage, allowing organizations to focus on business.  

ExaStore allows SITRONICS’ customers to independently provision petabytes of capacity and scale performance to unprecedented levels online with existing applications. This virtualized storage system features automatic load balancing and a single file system, maximizing storage utilization and minimizing the total cost of ownership. ExaStore’s enterprise-class features ensure its utility in a full range of applications and environments, including telecom, media and entertainment, and Web 2.0.

Exanet’s technology also enhances resource efficiency. It “greens the data center” by maximizing hardware utilization and reducing power consumption, footprint requirements, and personhours. Thanks to Exanet’s unique technology, SITRONICS Information Technologies can offer ExaStore on the most advanced hardware technology, including quad core microprocessors and 10 Gbit Ethernet.

Published Thursday, August 14, 2008 5:29 AM by David Marshall
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