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Infinidat has partnered with VMware to deliver a comprehensive software-defined data centre solution that tackles current and evolving IoT Edge security threats.

Infinidat has announced an increase year-on-year in the number of strategic global channel partners to nearly 400, in 2020. It has resulted in delivering innovative and apt data storage solutions required by businesses worldwide, during challenging times as well as strengthening Infinidat’s sales.

Infinidat has announced an increase year-on-year in the number of strategic global channel partners to nearly 400, in 2020. It has resulted in delivering innovative and apt data storage solutions required by businesses worldwide, during challenging times as well as strengthening Infinidat’s sales.

One of the main drivers behind cloud discussions is the need to improve agility, something which has never been more important for business given current uncertainties.

By Eran Brown, chief technology officer: EMEA at Infinidat

Infinidat, a leading independent provider of enterprise-class storage solutions, has announced an increase year on year in the number of strategic global channel partners to nearly 400, in 2020. It has resulted in delivering innovative and apt data storage solutions required by businesses worldwide, during challenging times as well as strengthening Infinidat’s sales.

Infrastructure VAD Arrow CS and Infinidat, an independent provider of enterprise-class data storage solutions, extended their distribution agreement to cover the British, Czech, French, Hungarian and Polish markets, strategically supporting enterprises’ revenue growth. Based on the agreement, Infinidat will gain broader access to Arrow's extensive network of channel contacts in these countries. The distribution agreement previously covered Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Spain and Sweden. Arrow is Infinidat's sole distributor in the US.

If there is one place where the global Covid-19 pandemic has left its most significant consequence on the business sector, it is on the ability to change. Undoubtedly no one expected or estimated the extent of this crisis and its resulting uncertainties in the global and local markets. The published forecasts are mostly bleak and uncertainty is still great even though most restrictions have been lifted and borders opened in many places around the world.

f there is one place where the global COVID-19 crisis has left its deepest mark on the business sector, it is on the ability to change. Undoubtedly, no one expected or estimated the extent of this crisis, and, these days, it still leaves big question marks in the global and local markets. The published forecasts are mostly bleak, and the uncertainty is great. Although the quarantine is lifted and borders are opening in many places around the world, everything is still handled under great fear and under restrictions.