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Ingram Micro Adds Cloud Solutions

By Craig Galbraith
June 10, 2014 - News

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Tech distribution giant Ingram Micro is out with three new Ingram Micro-branded and hosted cloud solutions. They’re available now to channel partners in the U.S.

Managed by Ingram’s wholly owned subsidiary, Softcom, they include: Hosted Exchange, Virtual Private Servers (VPS) and Web Hosting.

Ingram Micro Hosted Exchange is based on Microsoft Exchange 2013, offering what the company says are sophisticated communication and collaboration tools that provide seamless access to email, calendars, contacts, and tasks; regardless of location or device. Powered by Parellels virtualization technology, VPS offers a full-service Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solution that allows customers to easily spin-up and manage their own server based solutions. And Ingram Micro Web Hosting is designed to simplify sales and service, providing all of the resources and services needed for channel partners to host fully managed and secure business websites for their customers, the company said.

Also, Ingram Micro Cloud is launching a new Cloud Marketplace powered by Parallels software. Cisco is the first of many third-party vendors and services to be featured in the new marketplace. Additional vendors and services will be added throughout the year. 

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