STME goes native

Storage specialist STME has extended its product range with the addition of native internet protocol solutions from Nishan Systems. Order fulfillment, logistic and technical support will be provided by ACAL FCS.

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By  Peter Branton Published  July 23, 2003

Storage specialist STME has extended its product range with the addition of native internet protocol solutions from Nishan Systems. Order fulfillment, logistic and technical support will be provided by ACAL FCS.

“Within the next few years, IP storage solutions are expected to capture more than half of the new storage deployments around the world, largely because they enable users to profit from a number of key business benefits, including increased performance and improved return on investment,” said Simon Gordon, EMEA business development manager at Nishan Systems. “Growth in the Middle East’s storage market is showing no signs of slowing, and we are enthusiastic about the market share we can gather through partnership with STME,” he added.

Nishan Systems was the first company in the world to introduce native IP storage solutions. By using such solutions instead of fibre channel, companies don’t have to bring in additional skills, and IP solutions also avoid the distance limitations imposed by fibre channel solutions.

“Our alliance with Nishan Systems places STME further ahead of the field in terms of offering a broad range of storage solutions. Not only will STME now have an increasingly comprehensive solution offering, but we’re also capable of delivering to our clients a greater element of choice in the types of storage infrastructures available to meet their business needs,” said Andrew Calthorpe, senior corporate vice president, STME.

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