Storage vendor 3PAR has added several new UK service providers to its Cloud-Agile partner programme.
The programme, launched in July 2009, is aimed at partners offering cloud-based services using 3PAR’s line of InServ Storage servers.
Through signing up, all three firms will benefit from access to sales enablement and marketing tools, as well as technical training.
Dan Sutherland, chief executive of Carrenza Hosting, said joining the Cloud-Agile programme was a strategic move for the firm and its customers.
He said: “Last year showed us that companies of all sizes can benefit from adopting cloud-based services as a more economic and flexible alternative to traditional IT models.
“Just as the Cloud-Agile name implies, using 3PAR storage has allowed us to make our cloud environment extremely flexible, and increased our ability to meet the growing demand for our cloud-based services.”
John Adey, chief operating officer at Star, added: “Joining 3PAR Cloud-Agile is a powerful way to promote awareness for the cost reduction and agility benefits of on-demand IT and communication services, while also growing our strategic relationship with 3PAR as we continue to scale our cloud-based service offerings.”
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