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Atlantis Computing Chooses SYNNEX to Bring Hyperconverged Storage Solutions to the North American IT Channel
SYNNEX Corporation, a leading Technology Solutions distributor, is bringing Atlantis Computing's award-winning portfolio of hyperconverged storage solutions, including the Atlantis HyperScale turn-key appliance, to the North American solution provider community.  In addition to award-winning Atlantis USX Storage-Defined Software (SDS) technology, solution providers can now easily order the Atlantis appliance, one of the most economically viable hyperconverged solutions, pre-integrated based on storage requirements with Atlantis SDS technology, all flash storage and choice of virtualization on the customers' preferred servers from HP, Lenovo, SuperMicro, and for the first time ever Dell.  

"Adding Atlantis Computing strengthens our virtualization portfolio by providing exceptionally-fast, cost effective and scalable all flash storage on our customer's hardware of choice," said Rob Moyer, Vice President, Cloud and Software Services.  "SYNNEX' proprietary integration services and Atlantis Computing's solutions eliminate the complexity of building a hyperconverged infrastructure, making it easy for our shared customers to order and deploy in their customers' datacenters."

"SYNNEX' integration services not only significantly reduce the time to have our Atlantis hyperconverged infrastructure installed in datacenters, it also provides a single source for solution providers to procure it," said Timm Hoyt, VP of worldwide partners and alliances, Atlantis.  "By harnessing the simplicity of hyperconvergence, the power of flash storage and integration with cloud, Atlantis is teaming with SYNNEX to drive down costs, accelerate application performance and build resilience across the entire datacenter."

Published Thursday, December 10, 2015 3:44 PM by David Marshall
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