NetApp Selects Cray to Resell Storage Solutions to Australian Defence and Intelligence Customers
CANBERRA, Australia-7 May, 2009-
NetApp today announced it has appointed Cray Australia Pty. Limited
as a reseller to provide storage solutions for high-security
customers in the Australian defence and intelligence communities.
Cray is joining the NetApp Partner Program as an authorised
reseller, which enables Cray to offer customers NetApp®
storage solutions. Under the agreement, Cray will sell the full
line of NetApp products, with special focus on the clustered Data
ONTAP® platform, a feature-rich networked storage solution
Dr. Lindsay Hood, Australia and New Zealand
sales manager for Cray, said, "Government customers with stringent
security requirements can now benefit from dealing with one company
throughout the acquisition process and for ongoing system support.
This agreement allows us to provide government customers with a
broad range of industry-leading storage options, such as clustered
Martin Milthorpe, Government sales director
for NetApp Australia, said, "With this agreement, Cray can provide
our government customers with a strong, reliable channel to access
our products and services. We welcome Cray on board and look
forward to a long relationship that provides our customers with
higher levels of support for their business requirements and an
outstanding customer experience."
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