Spectrami, Pure Storage partner for GCC
Regional VAD to supply channel partners with vendor’s all-flash enterprise storage solutions
Regional VAD Spectrami, has announced that it has become a certified member of the Pure Storage Partner Programme (P3) and will now provide vendor's all-flash enterprise storage solution to its customers in the GCC.
Pure Storage technology is ideal for high performance data centres and answers the call for simplicity and economies of scale while driving speed and efficiency with all-flash arrays for enterprises and service providers.
"Pure Storage will not only form a key part of our portfolio but will also complement our existing product portfolio of next generation storage solutions," said Anand Choudha, managing director, Spectrami. "Enterprises in the region are beginning to recognise the advantages that all-flash storage offers over traditional spinning disks and I am confident that Pure Storage has the solutions to significantly simplify storage while improving performance and efficiency."
"Spectrami is a standout solutions provider with extensive experience and an excellent reputation in information security, storage, data centre infrastructure, and data communication networks," said Christian Putz, director, Emerging Markets, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Pure Storage.
Putz added: "We are delighted that they have joined our network of valued partners. Strong partners like Spectrami help us achieve our mission to make flash storage the storage medium of choice for IT environments of all sizes. Together, we will expand the footprint of flash in the data center and enable customers across industries to realise new levels of storage efficiency."
P3 provides partners with the tools, training and support they need to be successful, including a best-in-class incentive framework, a demo purchase programmes featuring significant discounts on products differentiated by partner tier and a Pure Storage sponsored headcount incentive, which Platinum level partners can leverage to accelerate the development of their all-flash storage practice.