CLEARWATER, Fla., July 10, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tech Data Corporation (Nasdaq:TECD) today announced it will offer a new generation of data protection solutions from EMC®, the world's largest backup provider, to Tech Data's channel of resellers. The array of solutions launched today by EMC include new EMC Data Domain protection storage systems, EMC Data Protection Suite software, and enhanced integration with leading backup and archive applications.
With its theme "Backup to the Future," EMC's new offerings enable better company data protection and are immediately available through Tech Data's Advanced Infrastructure Solutions (AIS) division.
"Tech Data is pleased to collaborate with EMC to deliver the latest innovations in data protection," said Ken Griffin, vice president, Product Marketing, AIS Storage Solutions at Tech Data. "Tech Data's dedicated AIS team is committed to equipping our channel partners with the best in IT security and storage, and the new generation of EMC data protection solutions will help bring their businesses to the next level. These new product offerings provide improved database protection, consolidated backup and archive capabilities, and increased operational efficiencies."
The new EMC data protection products provide the following benefits to solution providers:
- Scalability and Performance: Data Domain® protection storage systems provide ten times the scalability and four times the performance of the previous generation of systems, enabling better consolidation of backup and archive workloads.
- Optimized Data Protection: Within virtual environments, EMC Avamar® 7 and EMC NetWorker® 8.1 deliver thirty times faster restores with changed block tracking support, VMware-centric management with a new vSphere web UI. Avamar 7 also provides instant access to allow a VM backup to be ready to use in less than two minutes.
- Enhanced Backup Efficiency: Deeper integration between Avamar and Data Domain systems, as well as native NetWorker snapshot management for EMC VMAX®, VNX® and RecoverPoint®.
- Enhanced Visibility for Application Owners: New integrations with enterprise applications deliver increased control and allow application owners to better protect critical business applications with direct backup support for Oracle Exadata, SAP and SAP HANA.
- Expanded Archive Support: Data Domain systems now support over twenty archive applications that provide file, email, SharePoint, content management, and database archiving.
"Tech Data's enthusiastic adoption of the full range of new products that EMC announced today reflects their commitment to providing solutions that address the protection of emerging transformational IT environments, and their understanding of the rapidly changing IT landscape," said Peter Smails, senior director, Product Marketing, EMC Backup Recovery Systems Division. "At EMC, we are delivering data protection capabilities that, simply stated, users have not had access to before. We believe the 'Protection Storage Architectures' that we are enabling today represent the future of data protection."
Tech Data's EMC team takes a hands-on approach to its partners' technical and sales training, demand generation, and marketing activities, acting as an extension of partners' business support teams. For all EMC inquiries, contact the dedicated Tech Data EMC team at 800-237-8931, ext. 66110, option 1 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Tech Data
Tech Data Corporation is one of the world's largest wholesale distributors of technology products, services and solutions. Its advanced logistics capabilities and value added services enable 120,000 resellers in more than 100 countries to efficiently and cost effectively support the diverse technology needs of end users. To learn more, visit www.techdata.com, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
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