Ingram Micro Australia will offer a select range of Quantum ATL backup storage devices from today, following a distribution agreement signed recently with the Quantum subsidiary.
The deal sees Ingram Micro distribute the full range of Quantum ATL Powerstor autoloaders and tape libraries as well as LANvault, the solution for protecting enterprise data at remote sites.
Michael Shea, Ingram Micro's MD, said the deal increases its ability to provide comprehensive product solutions to customers.
"In any business there is enormous pressure when dealing with ever-growing volumes of data to ensure that the data remains protected and continuously available," says Shea.
ATL's Powerstor range is compatible with small-to- medium sized NT and UNIX LAN's, and is considered a cost effective, compact and easy-to-use solution for automated backup and restore.
Ingram Micro reports it is making an effort to provide products and services spanning the network market. Two weeks ago it signed an agreement with Network Associates (NAI) to distribute its enterprise level network security and management software products.
In conjunction with the distribution agreement, Quantum ATL has also rolled out its three year rapid exchange warranty program.