UltraLevel Strengthens Data Centric Offerings via Pivot3 HCI
SOUTHFIELD, MI: UltraLevel, a recognized demonstrator of cloud computing, and IT solutions across the global market has recently unveiled its plans to expand the company’s data center offerings by adopting Pivot3 as its partner. The alignment will provide UltraLevel’s customers software-defined solutions that will support them to represent the developed data center services to market.
"Partnering with Pivot3 puts UltraLevel at the forefront of this industry. Pivot3's leading hyperconverged platform strengthens our ability to address our customers' unique data center needs and enable them to become more productive, efficient and profitable,” Says Norman Lewis, President, UltraLevel.
Pivot3 delivers the dynamic hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) solutions globally. The solution drastically develops company’s data center capacity and economics by enhancing scale-out performances, driving down complexity and cost. It helps enterprises to save the large amount of disk and physical space by providing them fault-tolerance activities. The company’s patented solutions leads UltraLevel to extend its IT investment, and also improve internal performances. The fault tolerance services of Pivot3 support enterprises IT workloads. Pivot3’s innovative solutions have been considered by several enterprises because of its simple and easy-to-use approach. The solutions offer vendors a cost-effective software-defined data center including pay-as-you-grow model.
Pivot3's practical technology serves the latest data centric inclusion to UltraLevel that strengthens its portfolio by adding innovative solutions and services to their data centric offerings such as virtual desktop infrastructure, business continuity and disaster recovery with cloud-based services. Its virtual desktop infrastructure provides customers rapid deployments plug-and-play VDI within an hour. The solutions also include high availability and greater fault tolerance capacity for storage, server, or network resources. The company’s disaster recovery includes VMware, Veeam, Zerto, and Commvault. The Two-in-One benefits, facilitates disaster recovery and business continuity in the same hardware by eliminating separate recovery servers for restoring critical operations quickly from the same rack of nodes.
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