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Quantum adds Distribution Central to ANZ partner network

11 Apr 12

Distribution Central is to begin delivering Quantum storage solutions to customers in the upper-mid and enterprise markets in ANZ, after signing a distribution deal with the US-based backup, recovery and archive company.

It’s the second deal for Distribution Central this week, the company announcing yesterday that it had signed an agreement with Syncsort to handle its integrated NetApp backup solution.

As with that deal, Distribution Central will deliver Quantum’s solutions via its own channel support programme.

Quantum also counts Express Data and Westcon Group NZ (formerly Datastor) among its New Zealand partners.

Update: TechDay has been informed that Express Data is no longer working with the Quantum brand, despite evidence to the contrary on Quantum’s website. Quantum’s ANZ distributors are Distribution Central (Australia/New Zealand), Westcon Group NZ (New Zealand), and ACA Pacific (Australia).

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