Story image

Digicor goes premier with Brocade; aims for elite

26 May 2015

Digicor has gained Brocade premier partner status and has set its eyes on achieving elite partner status by year end.

Digicor will work with Brocade’s entire portfolio of products, from campus to core and software, including the vendor’s newsly launched IP storage and networking solutions.

The premier support rank denotes partners who can provide a ‘higher level of support for larger, more complex environments’, Brocade says.

Paul Barge, Brocade ANZ channel manager, says Digicor typifies the quality of partner the vendor is seeking as it focuses on delivering its ‘new IP’ to market.

“Their deep understanding of storage and compute solutions will make this a mutually beneficial partnership,” Barge says.

Mark Telkes, Digicor sales director, says the enterprise solution provide and system integrator’s customers have been ‘quite clear’ about their desire to shift towards open and flexible storage solutions.

“Brocade’s New IP allows us to offer them the ability to keep pace with rapidly changing technologies and meet their operational requirements,” Telkes says.

“We see a very strong future for our partnership with Brocade and look forward to working closely with them.”

Digicor provides enterprise and business solutions across Australia and New Zealand, with an emphasis on high performance servers, storage and networking solutions.

Dropbox invests in hosting data inside Australia
Global collaboration platform Dropbox has announced it will now host Australian customer files onshore to support its growing base in the country.
Opinion: Meeting the edge computing challenge
Scale Computing's Alan Conboy discusses the importance of edge computing and the imminent challenges that lie ahead.
Alibaba Cloud discusses past and unveils ‘strategic upgrade’
Alibaba Group's Jeff Zhang spoke about the company’s aim to develop into a more technologically inclusive platform.
Protecting data centres from fire – your options
Chubb's Pierre Thorne discusses the countless potential implications of a data centre outage, and how to avoid them.
Opinion: How SD-WAN changes the game for 5G networks
5G/SD-WAN mobile edge computing and network slicing will enable and drive innovative NFV services, according to Kelly Ahuja, CEO, Versa Networks
TYAN unveils new inference-optimised GPU platforms with NVIDIA T4 accelerators
“TYAN servers with NVIDIA T4 GPUs are designed to excel at all accelerated workloads, including machine learning, deep learning, and virtual desktops.”
AMD delivers data center grunt for Google's new game streaming platform
'By combining our gaming DNA and data center technology leadership with a long-standing commitment to open platforms, AMD provides unique technologies and expertise to enable world-class cloud gaming experiences."
Inspur announces AI edge computing server with NVIDIA GPUs
“The dynamic nature and rapid expansion of AI workloads require an adaptive and optimised set of hardware, software and services for developers to utilise as they build their own solutions."