Tech Data, a TD SYNNEX company, has added Pluribus Networks’ technology to its IT distribution and services portfolio in Asia Pacific and Japan. Pluribus’ Unified Cloud Fabric technology integrates and automates networking and distributed security across switches and servers, overlay and underlay networks, and distributed cloud data centers.
“With Asia Pacific region’s data center market slated to grow at a CAGR of 6.3 percent during 2022 – 2027 with investments of $94 billion by 2027, this partnership with Pluribus Networks is timely and perfectly complements our rich data center infrastructure solutions portfolio,” said Anand Chakravarthy, Head of Business Development for Networking, Tech Data Asia Pacific & Japan. “We are excited to introduce Pluribus Networks’ Unified Cloud Fabric solution and Netvisor ONE networking operating system, which we predict will be gamechangers for our data center infrastructure customers and partners.”
The benefits of this new IT distribution partnership would include:
- All channel partners would benefit from faster time-to-market and enhanced data center infrastructure options
- Pluribus Networks’ highly differentiated network solutions are easily accessible
- Pre- and post-sales assistance for partners and clients are examples of value-added services
“We are delighted to welcome Tech Data to the Pluribus Partners First Program as a distributor and to tap into Tech Data’s vast reach across the Asia Pacific & Japan region’s Channel Partner Community, while also complementing their existing solutions portfolio,” said Nitin Acharekar, Head of APAC Sales, Pluribus Networks. “Both companies are aligned in our vision of incubating and growing disruptive technologies, as well as simplifying the go-to-market for all channel partners in the region.”
Pluribus’ Unified Cloud Fabric technology integrates and automates networking and distributed security across switches and servers, overlay and underlay networks, and distributed cloud data centers.
The SDN automated fabric, which is based on open networking principles, would decrease network operations duties by orders of magnitude, improves data center security with microsegmentation, and provide ubiquitous network visibility, all at the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO).