DataCore has added to its UK reseller network by signing up HarrierZeuros to handle customers using the SANsymphony open storage networking platform.
HarrierZeuros will become an authorised partner providing consultancy, installation, after-sales service and support to existing and new DataCore customers.
The reseller hopes to use SANsymphony in conjunction with its existing storage product range to provide systems that not only store but manage their data more effectively.
"This is important to us because we are totally channel-driven," said Andy Butler, UK channel account manager at DataCore.
"We have a profile of an ideal channel partner and HarrierZeuros fits that; to many of their customers they are a trusted partner. They are also technically astute, have good after-sales support and storage is their main business."
SANsymphony products use Intel-based storage servers running Windows to pool, cache and replicate data over a variety of storage platforms. They are designed to automate storage management and consolidate data, particularly for enterprise customers.
"Customers require reduction in their storage management workload," said Wayne Bugden, senior storage consultant at HarrierZeuros.
"SANsymphony allows us to advise our clients in maximising their existing storage investment while also enabling them to evolve to more advanced solutions."
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