Cisco and NetApp's joint FlexPod product revenue has surpassed $3bn (£1.77bn) mark, the duo announced today.
The pair began working together in 2010 on the FlexPod product, which combines compute, networking and storage into a single system. Since then, demand has reached a $2bn annual run rate, the vendors claim.
The product is now reportedly used among more than 4,100 customers in more than 100 countries - up from 2,300 customers in 70 countries last year. The duo claims resellers have been essential to FlexPod's success.
"Critical to the success of FlexPod has been its popularity with channel partners," they said.
"The FlexPod global reseller ecosystem continues to grow with more than 1,000 channel partners qualified to sell and support Cisco and NetApp technologies. These include 110 FlexPod Premium partners with the specialised skills to sell and support integrated infrastructure."
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