Multinational IT products and services distribution firm Tech Data Australia has launched its new wholesale IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) cloud-based platform which will be hosted by Macquarie Cloud Services. The new wholesale service offering includes data backup, disaster recovery, data centre expansion as well as scale-out storage.
For its existing partners, this offering is an addition to the private cloud technology market in which Macquarie Cloud Services is a player along with Global Switch, NEXTDC and Equinix.
Tech Data & its new IaaS cloud platform
In a statement, Andy Berry, Tech Data ANZ boss said Cloud by tech data allows them to offer their customers a robust cloud-based infrastructure that can be customized to meet the partner’s requirements and customers across a wide range of industry sectors.
A Macquarie Cloud spokesperson said in the same statement that the deliverables resulting from this consortium will be cost-effective and class-leading services to the partner ecosystem of Tech Data Australia. Macquarie Cloud Services has its facilities only in Canberra and Sydney which potentially limits the effectiveness of this offering for partners located outside these cities.
About Tech Data Australia
New South Wales-headquartered Tech Data Australia is IT products and services distribution company. It has a robust network of technology channel partners that continuously caters to the ever-growing and evolving technology demands.
The company’s IT services include technical support, dynamic marketing services, finance solutions, logistics services and product and customer lifecycle management services. It also offers world-class data centre technologies, cloud solutions, Internet of Things, analytics and mobility solutions along with cloud security.
Apart from NSW, they also have an old office in Queensland and Victoria along with a presence in New Zealand. The vendor list of Tech Data Australia includes VMware, Veritas, Redhat, Oracle, Dell Technologies, Lenovo, Datacore, Sony, AWS, IBM Cloud, Century Link, Macquarie Cloud Services, Microsoft Azure and Western Digital.
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