Compellent Technologies has appointed Oxfordshire-based virtualisation specialist Transtec Computers to resell Compellent Storage Center. Compellent has no direct sales force and focuses all of its resources on helping partners sell and close deals. Transtec's sales force will gain access to Compellent's secure online partner portal, which features lead registration, quote generation and other online resources.
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Matthew Prew, managing director at Transtec Computers, said the Compellent storage-area network (SAN) solution would complement the firm's existing storage and networking solutions portfolio.
"We were particularly impressed with Compellent's block-level virtualisation technology which enables automated tiered storage, thin provisioning, simplified data replication and advanced virtualisation technologies," Prew said.
Transtec Computers is a subsidiary of Transtec AG, headquartered in Tübingen, Germany.
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