Pivot3, a hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) performance and technology vendor for enterprise IT workloads, has said it is seeking to engage and recruit solution providers and systems integrators (SI) in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) market.
The plan, stated the vendor, comes as it moves to cement its hyperconverged solutions business in the data centre in the MEA geography.
Anand Chakravarthi, area vice president, Pivot3, said although the hyperconverged business is in its early stages of adoption in the region, it is technology for the future and the company is already making significant progress.
Chakravarthi said Pivot3 started its business in the MEA market in the surveillance space and in the last two to three years, the company has done very well in the hyper-converged infrastructure space, especially on the data centre side of the business.
He added that to augment the momentum in the regional channel, Pivot3 appointed Redington Value as its distributor for the data centre business, as well as NIT, part of Ingram Micro, which has been distributing the surveillance solutions for five years now.
Chakravarthi said that Pivot3 provides easy to use and efficient solutions that deliver intelligence and automation to simplify multi-cloud environments and workloads. "Pivot3's advanced intelligence engine combines policy-based management, inference and orchestration capabilities, and performance to automate management, resource allocation, workload mobility and data placement across hybrid cloud environments," he said.