Hyperconverged Secondary Storage Leader Unveils Sales and Channel Network to Serve Global Market; Company Will Showcase Offerings at VMworld Europe
Santa Clara, CA. – Sept. 27, 2016 – Cohesity, the pioneer of hyperconverged secondary storage, today announced expansion into Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), after more than a year of momentous growth in North America. Through a new sales and channel program run from offices in Copenhagen, London and Milan, Cohesity will meet increased global demand for its solutions from enterprises across the globe. The company will showcase its hyperconverged secondary storage technology at VMworld Europe from Oct. 17 – 20. 17 – 20.
“Enterprises around the globe are waking up to the possibilities of cutting costs and increasing efficiency for their secondary storage environments with a single, hyperconverged platform,” said Riccardo Di Blasio, chief operating officer at Cohesity. “Already, we have made key sales hires and partnered with leading channel providers in EMEA to meet the demand we are seeing for Cohesity. We are excited about the prospect of helping our customers leverage the next generation of innovative storage technologies to simplify data infrastructure and reduce costs.”
Since emerging from stealth in June 2015, Cohesity has grown rapidly with the industry’s first unified, web-scale secondary storage platform, which consolidates all use cases including backups, test/dev, file services and analytics onto an intelligent, infinitely scalable platform. By breaking down silos created by legacy, point solutions for secondary storage workloads, enterprises gain a complete view of their data assets and are able to reduce costs significantly.
What Partners and Distributors Are Saying About Cohesity
“Hyperconverged secondary storage has taken off in the year since Cohesity first introduced the technology, and Ethos is excited to bring their solution to customers in the EMEA market. Cohesity’s unified platform solves urgent data storage challenges, and businesses are eager to consolidate fragmented and inefficient point solutions.”
– Omar Galbraith, CEO, Ethos Technology
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