Channel News Briefs: Week of Aug. 24By Gina Roos | Posted 2014-08-25 Email Print
This week's briefs include Ingram Micro's new services for U.S. channel partners focused on government sales, Tech Data's deal with Unitrends, and more news.
ASG Software Solutions Inks Deal With Promark
ASG Software Solutions (ASG), an enterprise IT software solutions vendor, has selected Promark, an Ingram Micro company and value-added distributor of data storage solutions, as a distribution partner in North America for the ASG-Data Protection portfolio.
The move will broaden Promark's channel network for its data protection suite, including backup and archiving solutions such as ASG-Time Navigator, ASG-Live Navigator and ASG-Digital Archive. For Promark, it expands its storage offerings with server backup (virtual or physical) as well as long-term data archiving. ASG offers enterprise server data protection, including virtual machines, and protection for databases, laptops and desktop computers.
CommVault Enhances Cloud Management Capabilities
CommVault supports a variety of cloud platforms, including new support for Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware vSphere, Citrix XenServer, and HDS and NetApp systems. The company offers new licensing options along with traditional capacity licensing.
Snom Partners with Teliax to Deliver VOIP Services
Snom technology, a developer of IP desktop business phones, and Teliax, a provider of voice services and solutions, have announced that snom's 7xx series desktop phones are interoperable with Teliax's VOIP management solution. Snom's 710, 715, 720 and 760 endpoints have passed interoperability and integration testing by Teliax, qualifying these endpoints as preferred devices for operation with Teliax' IVY voice management and service platform.
The Snom endpoints, together with Teliax's IVY platform, allow enterprise and Teliax reseller partners to deliver premise-based IP PBX or hosted VOIP services. The IVY platform is a reseller portal that allows a partner to sell both Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunks and hosted PBX features, all within a single system, allowing a partner to sell to both small and large companies while working with a single voice service provider.