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KALEAO Partners With Network Allies to Bring Its Solutions to Market

KALEAO, an intellectual property and server solutions company, announced today that it has signed a partnership agreement with Network Allies, a provider of application-specific computing solutions. Based in Massachusetts, Network Allies specializes in complex system integration for server solutions, technical and support services to the North American market.

"We are very impressed with KALEAO's product portfolio and tremendous potential in our various vertical markets," said Jim Reinhold, President and CEO, Network Allies. "We are extremely confident that with KALEAO and our ability to customize its systems, we will be able to grow our presence in the market and position Network Allies as one of the most competitive system integrators in this space."

KALEAO's KMAX was launched in October 2016 at IP EXPO in London, UK. The KMAX server/appliance removes the typical performance overhead when layering applications over a virtualized, hyperconverged platform, enabling appliance simplicity and the flexibility of a software-defined solution. Leveraging all-flash storage for higher performance densities and energy savings and the cost advantages of ARM 64-bit hardware, KMAX is capable of achieving significant improvements in efficiency and scalability.

"Network Allies is our first formal partnership in the United States and we are extremely confident that with their in-depth capabilities and knowledge of the market we will be able to position KMAX as one of the best selling platforms currently available," said Greg Nicoloso, General Manager and Business Development Officer, KALEAO. "As ever, KALEAO will always focus on providing partners, such as Network Allies, with the most advanced server platforms available since it is through these strategic relationships that we will achieve our very ambitious goals in the years to come."

Published Monday, April 03, 2017 10:10 AM by David Marshall
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