Qumulo Massively Expands Access to its Hybrid Cloud File Software Worldwide
Qumulo, the leader in enterprise-proven hybrid cloud file storage, announced that the company has expanded the availability of its acclaimed hybrid file software with new global partnerships and distribution channels. Qumulo’s extended partner network now includes Fujitsu, Global Distribution, and Arrow Electronics, as well as the expanded reach of the highly successful HPE partnership.
“A broad commercial ecosystem enables our customers to move away from outdated legacy architectures while continuing to purchase from trusted partners with whom they have built long-standing relationships,” said Gregg Machon, channel chief, Qumulo. “We are rapidly adding partners so that our customers around the world can enjoy the benefits of Qumulo’s solutions and maintain their enterprise- and industry-specific partner arrangements.”
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Qumulo sells one hundred percent of its software through channel partners. The company’s massive global expansion and robust partner network allow its customers to purchase the storage technologies they need through a wide range of value-added resellers (VARs), distributors, specialized integrators, and technology alliance partners, or through flexible consumption models that simplify multi-cloud operations.
With unstructured data volumes set to triple1 and adoption of cloud technologies accelerating, businesses need scalable and secure file solutions that can enable applications and users on any operating systems, wherever they reside – at the edge, in the data center, and in the cloud.
HPE GreenLake to Incorporate Qumulo Hybrid Cloud File Software into As-a-Service Offering
HPE and Qumulo have enjoyed a very successful partnership offering modern scale-out NAS appliances since the inception of their collaboration in 2017. The two organizations are now extending their offering to HPE GreenLake. HPE GreenLake delivers a robust as-a-Service portfolio that provides flexibility and speed to market with cloud-like agility and economics but also on-premises control.
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Fujitsu now sells Qumulo as part of its storage portfolio
Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, offering a full range of technology products, solutions, and services. By incorporating Qumulo’s hybrid cloud file storage software into its storage portfolio, Fujitsu now offers a single solution to unify unstructured data from disparate locations, including edge, core, and cloud.
Arrow Electronics and Global Distribution Now Offer Qumulo Software to Expand Channel Reach in EMEA
- Arrow Electronics, a global technology solutions provider, signed a distribution agreement with Qumulo to deliver hybrid file software solutions to clients throughout Europe. Together, Arrow and Qumulo will bring increased access to Qumulo’s software-defined, cloud-native distributed file system, which enables customers to manage workflows and data seamlessly across on-prem and cloud environments.
- Global Distribution, focused on the media and entertainment (M&E) industry, has added Qumulo’s hybrid cloud file storage solution to its portfolio to provide its channel with the best tools to meet today’s and tomorrow’s challenges of M&E workflows. The partnership with Global Distribution allows Qumulo to accelerate its strong momentum within the M&E market while providing easy access and availability of Qumulo’s file system to more users around the world.
Qumulo’s file storage software was purpose-built to enable simple, scalable file data control across on-prem, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments. With Qumulo, users have the flexibility to choose the best storage platform for their environment, including all-NVMe, flash accelerated hybrid storage, active archive, hybrid cloud or cloud-native on AWS or GCP. With today’s new and expanded global partnerships, customers can now flexibly adopt Qumulo through the procurement channels they know and trust.
Erik Vogel, global vice president customer experience, HPE GreenLake: “The cloud experience has shaped what business leaders expect from IT, including simplicity, agility, and lower costs. HPE GreenLake gives customers pay-per-use, managed IT-as-a-Service offerings that provide them with a consistent cloud experience for managing all their workloads. Qumulo’s hybrid cloud file storage platform is a great fit with HPE GreenLake as it enables users to start with the capacity they need and grow based on business demand.”
Olivier Delachapelle, head of category management at Fujitsu Europe: “Through our partnership with Qumulo, Fujitsu is leveraging Qumulo’s ability to transform enterprise scale-out networks into cloud-native storage. The combined capabilities of Fujitsu and Qumulo deliver the performance, security, and enterprise feature sets of data center storage within hybrid IT environments – all in a single, easy to manage solution.”
Nick Warburton, worldwide director of enterprise storage at Global Distribution: “Media and entertainment workloads require high-performance storage that is highly available and that provides advanced analytics for storage capacity management. Qumulo’s scale-out NAS and hybrid cloud file system meets these requirements and more, as customers are increasingly looking for cloud-capable solutions. Qumulo is an exciting addition to our portfolio and enables Global to offer a truly modern distributed file system.”