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Ingram Micro brings Condusiv to Australia

Ingram Micro brings Condusiv to Australia

Under the deal, Ingram will distribute Condusiv's Diskeeper, V-locity and Undelete software products

Ingram Micro Australia has inked a new distribution deal with US-based software vendor, Condusiv Technologies.

Under the deal, Ingram will distribute its data and application optimisation software including Diskeeper, V-locity and Undelete.

Ingram Micro senior business manager for enterprise software and cloud services, Lee Welch, said Condusiv complemented its datacentre and virtualisation portfolio consisting of VMware, Microsoft and Veeam.

Welch expects there will be a strong demand for Condusiv’s V-locity product, which promises a 50 per cent faster application performance.

“While customers typically see performance improvements in excess of 50 per cent, Condusiv guarantees a minimum of 25 per cent faster application performance on virtual machines for all VMware ESX/ESXi and Microsoft platforms in customer production environments - or the software is free,” Welch said.

Customers can also verify expected performance benefits before they purchase the V-locity product, he said.

“V-locity comes with a self-auditing benchmark that measures pre and post install performance and quantifies the benefits V-locity will deliver in their environment.This means it’s a completely risk-free proposition for customers and an easy sell for channel partners,” he said.

Condusiv Technologies CEO, Jerry Baldwin, said Ingram’s broadbase of resellers allows it to maximise its customer reach from large enterprises to the midmarket arena.

A limited-time software guarantee program is on offer for channel partners on Condusiv’s V-locity 4 product.

The vendor also has a channel partner program in place offering access to a portal, certification and training programs, support, marketing and a range of channel incentives.


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