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CodeBlue named storage partner of the year

24 Apr 15

CodeBlue has won the Hewlett Packard Storage Partner of the Year award.

This is the second year in a row the New Zealand company has won the award.

The company says the HP award reflects CodeBlue success in bringing enterprise-strength SAN solutions to the mid range.

“This award reflects Code Blue’s successful partnership with HP in delivering enterprise strength SAN solutions in a way and at a price affordable for mid-sized customers,” the company says in a statement.

Ian Funnell, CodeBlue Auckland general manager, says customers with multiple offices and the requirement for the highest levels of disaster resilience could now access highly redundant, extremely fast HP storage solutions.

A major recent customer engagement with Auckland International Airport, a customer Code Blue says has ‘particular requirements for the most powerful, secure and resilient storage available’,  was a showcase of the CodeBlue/HP SAN storage solution partnership.

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