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In becoming a Premier Partner, Pogo Storage strengthens its relationship with Nexenta while also making a solid commitment to support its Nexenta customers.
Redmond, WA (PRWEB) June 19, 2012
Nexenta® Systems, the world leader in OpenStorage solutions, is proud to announce that Pogo Storage has become the first Premium Partner in the Nexenta Partner program. The invitation-only designation recognizes Pogo Storage as the first storage reseller to meet the rigorous criteria required to become a Premium Partner.
Under Nexenta’s new Premium Partner membership, top-level resellers must meet specific guidelines, above basic or certified requirements, to achieve Premium Partners status. The requirements include offering a complete line of certified solutions engineered by the reseller and the ability to deliver comprehensive support for NexentaStor-based products and network storage solutions.
“We are thrilled that Pogo Storage has become the first Value-Added Reseller to earn the Premium Partner designation,” said Nexenta CEO Evan Powell. “In becoming a Premier Partner, Pogo Storage strengthens its relationship with Nexenta while also making a solid commitment to support its Nexenta customers.”
“Pogo Storage is very pleased to be first to reach this new level of partnership with Nexenta,” said Erik Logan, CEO of Pogo Storage. “As one of Nexenta’s earliest reseller partners, being recognized by them as the first partner to achieve Premier Partner status is truly an honor. We look forward to our continued relationship with Nexenta, and to delivering world-class OpenStorage technology solutions to our customers at very affordable prices.”
The Nexenta Partner Program is a tiered Value Added Reseller program, which offers resellers a wide array of technical, marketing, and monetary benefits. To learn more about this program, see //nexenta.com/partners” title=”http://nexenta.com/partners”>http://nexenta.com/partners.
About Nexenta Systems
Nexenta Systems is the leading supplier of enterprise-class OpenStorage solutions. Its flagship software-only platform, NexentaStor, delivers high-performance, ultra-scalable, cloud- and virtualization-optimized storage solutions. Built upon ZFS technology, and running on industry-standard hardware, NexentaStor eliminates vendor lock-in and provides open, unified storage management at a fraction of the cost of legacy systems.
More information about Nexenta Systems, and free trials of the ZFS-based NexentaStor, can be found at //www.nexenta.com”>http://www.nexenta.com or by calling (877) 862-7770. Partners selling NexentaStor-based hardware/software appliances can be found at: //www.nexenta.com/partners” title=”http://www.nexenta.com/partners”>http://www.nexenta.com/partners.
About Pogo Storage
Pogo Storage, a division of Pogo Linux, focuses on open source network storage system integration. From digital archives for large video collections to a highly-available SAN, Pogo Storage helps IT departments at small and mid-sized organizations dramatically reduce storage costs with breakout technologies. For more information about Pogo Storage, please visit //www.pogostorage.com” title=”http://www.pogostorage.com”>http://www.pogostorage.com or call 1 (888) 828-POGO (7646).
Article source: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/6/prweb9611359.htm
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