Norwin Technologies circulates SUREedge to U.S. Clients
FREMONT, CA: Sureline Systems catering to cloud migration and disaster recovery to cloud and remote site arrangements, has consented to an arrangement with Norwin Technologies—supplier of data innovation environments, for circulation of its lead product SUREedge. The contract permits Norwin Technologies to offer Sureline's Solution to its clients over the U.S.
SUREedge's capacity to relocate workloads from any physical framework, virtual machine or cloud to any public or private cloud or to a remote datacenter makes it a perfect answer for application movement, datacenter combination, and disaster recovery for the clients. SUREedge utilizes insignificant transfer speed and transmits information safely; it also secures client data while diminishing the time to move the information. SUREedge can move a couple or a large number of physical servers or virtual machines (VMs) for relocation, and perform disaster recovery by utilizing a streamlined procedure for arranging, catching, imitating, and recouping information. In this way SUREedge diminishes the danger that is inalienable in performing these activities.
“We are pleased to have Norwin Technologies as our partner,” said Pete O'Brien, AVP, Business Development, Sureline Systems. “Their efforts in assisting customers to upgrade, consolidate, reorganize or transform their storage and infrastructure environments for 10 years will get compelling value to modernize their customers' IT resources with Non-Nutanix to Nutanix migration and migration and DR to Cloud using SUREedge.”
Norwin Technologies brings frameworks, programming, administrations, and arrangements together to work with clients in order to give them a complete IT foundation for their businesses. “We look forward to engaging with the Sureline team,” says Matt MacLeod, Senior Director, Solutions and Consulting Services, Norwin Technologies. “The SUREedge product has unique capabilities that will provide our customers with solutions to make their operations more efficient.”