NetApp signs more than 20 new partners in six months

Aims to help customers achieve a seamless and rapid transition to private and public Clouds

Storage and data management solution provider, NetApp, has announced that its global ecosystem of service providers, through which its Cloud services are delivered, has doubled in size over the past six months with its signing of 20 new additional partners.

Today, it includes more than 50 service providers.

The Cloud services are delivered through a global ecosystem of service providers who benefit from the NetApp partner program for service providers, which enables partners to build differentiated, enterprise-class Cloud service offerings and to operate profitably based on low-cost and predictable service levels.

In partnership with NetApp, these service providers deliver more than 90 services that aim to help customers accelerate and simplify their transition to private and public Clouds.

“NetApp is focused on collaborating with partners – not competing with them – to help them increase their revenue, grow their businesses, and help customers succeed in capitalising on the opportunities,” NetApp global partner sales senior vice-president, Julie Parrish, said. The new service provider partners include: AAPT, Adapt, Artisan Infrastructure, BSNL-Sai Infosystems, ControlCircle, Datacom, dinCloud, Easy Street, Fujitsu Asia, Fujitsu Thailand, Heitech Managed Services, IT-LifeLine, K-Opti.com, KVH, NTT Europe, Phoenix NAP, Proact MCS, StratITsphere, Stratogen, Nihon Unisys, NSSOL, NS Solutions, Telus, Tokai Communication, Windstream and Wipro.

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