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Ingram Micro Partners To Sell IBM Power Systems, Storage

By Craig Galbraith
January 16, 2013 - News

Ingram Micro has expanded its data-center portfolio with authorization to market, sell and support IBM Power Systems and enterprise-class storage product families to certified IBM Business Partners in the U.S.

Ingram Micro's Advanced Computing Division is now recruiting and enabling authorized IBM Business Partners with the necessary marketing, pre- and post-sales support, as well as technical training, certifications and configuration services to successfully sell these product portfolios.

The company also is hosting a series of Webinars for channel partners that are interested in learning more about IBM Power Systems, storage and PureSystems. Registration is open to both prospecting resellers and current Ingram Micro channel partners. More information can be found here.

"Ingram Micro offers IBM Business Partners enablement resources, technical expertise and field sales support that is unrivaled and we remain committed to giving our channel partners that competitive edge that really works to differentiate their services and value," said Scott Zahl, VP and general manager of the Advanced Computing Division, Ingram Micro U.S.

The IBM Power Systems family is comprised of a series of servers, systems software and solutions featuring the latest IBM POWER7 and POWER7+ processor technology. Additionally, the IBM System Storage line comprises a wide range of advanced systems that offer high-speed disk, solid state storage, and advanced tape to help customers manage the challenges of big data more efficiently and cost effectively, Big Blue said.

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