Peak Announces New Agreement With Comstor

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Peak has announced a new distribution agreement with Westcon Group's Comstor business unit. Westcon will allow Peak-powered services to be sold by its partner community, extending benefits of cloud computing to hundreds of service providers nationally.

As part of the agreement, resellers will white-label Peak's cloud services – including disaster recovery, hybrid production cloud, backup-as-a-service and virtual desktop – under their own brand.

Comstor is able to provide VARs use of Peak's vendor-agnostic virtualization platform. This offering allows resellers to use the hypervisor, backup and security platforms of their choice and creates interoperability for all solutions. Offerings are based on Cisco UCS FlexPod compute infrastructure and NetApp storage.

"Comstor is a highly respected global player in the reseller industry and we are thrilled to partner with them," said Luke Norris, CEO and founder of Peak. "Featuring Peak's cloud service signifies that they are committed to assisting resellers as they pivot toward OPEX service-based models."

Peak, formerly PeakColo, is an enterprise-class IaaS cloud service provider for channel partners. Comstor is a division of Westcon and is a value-added distributor of unified communications, network infrastructure, data center and security solutions with a global network of specialty resellers.

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