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Portworx Launches Distribution Relationship with Promark Technology, a Subsidiary of Ingram Micro; Expands Partner Ecosystem with Over 20 New Partnerships in 2019

Company Also Announces New Partner Program and Portal with Resources and Tools for Collaboration to Enable Enterprises to Run Mission-Critical, Stateful Applications in Containers

Portworx, the container storage and data management company modern enterprises trust to manage data in containers, announced a new distribution  agreement with Promark Technology, a premier U.S.-focused value added distributor and subsidiary of Ingram Micro Inc., the world’s largest technology distributor and global leader in IT supply-chain and mobile device lifecycle services. Under this agreement, Promark Technology will distribute Portworx Enterprise to its growing base of U.S. channel partners. Additionally, Promark Technology will make Portworx Enterprise available to Federal resellers via its GSA Advantage Schedule. Federal agencies can work with Promark Technology resellers with the confidence that a federal contracting vehicle is already in place to support purchasing the technology. By leveraging Portworx, Promark Technology resellers benefit from the simplification of data storage, migration and security across on-premises, hybrid- and multi-cloud environments.

Additionally, Portworx today announced that the company doubled its strategic partnerships in 2019, with over 20 new partnerships from IBM, Cisco, Google, Microsoft, and other leading enterprise software companies. This rapid growth is a testament to increasing industry demand to solve the hard, non-negotiable business requirements enterprises face while running data services in containers such as multi-cloud operations, disaster recovery and data security. To support this growth, Portworx is also launching a new partner program and portal to provide resources and tools for collaboration that make it easier for enterprises to run mission-critical, stateful applications in containers. Benefits include technical and sales libraries, partner training, joint-case studies, co-marketing, field engagement, and joint solutions for containerized applications running on-prem and in hybrid- and multi-cloud environments.

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“As digital transformation remains a top priority for forward-thinking businesses, IT decision-makers are reassessing their IT infrastructure needs,” said Murli Thirumale, CEO and co-founder, Portworx. “The workplace of the future demands an all encompassing storage and data management solution that balances developer agility and speed with security and stability for containers. Portworx’s growing partner ecosystem and new relationship with Promark Technology will progress how businesses – especially government agencies and global 2000 companies – approach containerized applications and provide another layer of support to ensure all stateful applications can run at scale.”

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“Our resellers are constantly faced with challenges deploying their cloud native applications as they continue to scale their business,” said Todd Hartung, Vice President, Promark Technology. “We’re pleased to play a valued role within Portworx’s go-to-market strategy, and look forward to helping bring their innovative platform for container-native storage and data management to our U.S. channel partners.”

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