Nutanix signs Mindware for Middle East

Distributor to supply partners with vendor’s Webscale converged infrastructure

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Nutanix signs Mindware for Middle East Mindware's Mario Gay (right) shakes hands with Nutanix's Ahmad Qadri after signing the deal.
By  Manda Banda Published  March 16, 2015

Regional VAD Mindware has announced a distribution partnership agreement with Nutanix for the Middle East.

Through this alliance with Nutanix, Mindware has added another technology supplier to its portfolio of IT infrastructure solutions. The distributor stated that training and support will be a vital component of the partnership, so that resellers are well-equipped to ensure their customers benefit from the technology and meet their evolving infrastructure needs.

According to Mindware, Nutanix was chosen for its track record in bringing innovative solutions to market and for its ability to provide joint customers with a simple and scalable compute and storage infrastructure that can grow with the business, eliminating the need to over provision the data centre.

Nutanix said as it looks to continue growth and sign up more partners for its converged compute and storage platform, it has partnered with Mindware to engage and educate resellers to address fundamental data centre issues such as poor scalability, lack of IT agility, network bottlenecks and unsustainable capital and operational costs.

"At Mindware, we are committed to partnering with the world's best-known brands to offer a one-stop-shop for world-class innovation coupled with the essential value-added consultancy and support services. Our collaboration with Nutanix is a strategic addition to our portfolio, taking our business into the field of hyperconverged infrastructure solutions and enabling us to offer exactly the right solutions for our customers," said Mario Gay, general manager, Mindware.

"Nutanix is thrilled to be partnering with Mindware as a value-added distributor across the Middle East," said Ahmad Qadri, sales director, Middle East at Nutanix. "In addition to its long standing proven track record of delivering innovative solutions, Mindware provides extensive support to data centre solution providers in the region."

Qadri added that the partnership is a perfect match at a time when the region is experiencing explosive demand for webscale converged infrastructure. "We look forward to working with the team to further increase our leadership position in this space," he said.

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