As part of a newly signed reseller partnership, 365 Master Data – an IT solutions provider with a global client base encompassing Africa, Australia, the Middle East, and the United Kingdom – will be immediately enabled to bring TidalScale software-defined servers to their customers.
Software-defined server technology provider TidalScale claims that its “breakthrough” technology is revolutionizing the data center. Organizations may operate large-scale database or analytics workloads fully in-memory using TidalScale “at half the TCO of typical scaling solutions,” according to TidalScale.
To build a virtual, software-defined server, TidalScale’s software solution combines the memory, CPUs, and I/O of several physical servers. Software-defined servers are based on standard X86 hardware. They don’t require any changes to applications or operating systems, and can be set up on-premises or in the cloud or in hybrid cloud environments in minutes.
“365 Master Data has an impressive presence across various geographies, and has been a trusted partner to many clients globally,” said Gary Smerdon, President & CEO, TidalScale. “We’re thrilled to partner with them and thus deliver software-defined servers to even more businesses worldwide.”
About 365 Master Data
365 Master Data, founded in 2015, is an IT solutions company specializing in the banking, communications, education, electronic trading, health, insurance, media, medical, mining, retail, and transportation industries. 365 Master Data has a history of providing business-accelerating, scalable, and high-performance technology. Africa, Australia, the Eurasian Economic Union, the Middle East, and the United Kingdom are among their many global clients.
“365 Master Data is expanding and excited to partner with TidalScale. TidalScale is an excellent product for cost-conscious clients,” said James Hyslop, CEO, 365 Master Data. “This suits the often-limited Capex structures in Africa, Australasia and The Middle East. TidalScale also addresses multiple database use cases, meaning we now can move Oracle, SAP, Sybase, and other database clients forward into a scaled future, with vastly less risk.”