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StorageCraft elevated in VMware partner program

07 Feb 12

Real-time recovery technology vendor StorageCraft has been elevated to the top-tier ‘elite’ level in VMware’s Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program.

The move will help StorageCraft develop its relationship with VMware, as well as accelerate its delivery of solutions to VMware virtual environments.

The TAP program offers just two tiers, ‘elite’ and the introductory ‘access’.

Greg Wyman, StorageCraft vice president, Asia Pacific, says the new status reflects the close relationship between the two companies.

"The additional tools, advantages and support of an elite-level membership and our association with VMware will benefit our channel partners and end users by ensuring that we continue to deliver best-in-class virtual solutions,” Wyman says.

The VMWare TAP program has over 2000 members worldwide.

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