ioFABRIC Partners with RamgeSoft to Offer Solutions for Storage Virtualization and Hybrid Cloud Environments

TORONTO – March 13, 2018 – ioFABRIC Inc. today announced that it is working with value-added distributor Ramge Software Distribution GmbH & Co. KG to establish a strong partner network throughout Germany, Austria, and Switzerland in order to provide solutions that support the rapidly developing market for storage virtualization and hybrid cloud storage environments.

With 35 advanced software solutions in its portfolio, RamgeSoft offers a broad range of products, support and consulting services to more than 12,000 customers throughout the EMEA region.  RamgeSoft will distribute ioFABRIC Vicinity to its established network of system integrators and enterprise storage resellers to better solve customers’ data management and data protection issues while reducing complexity and cost. Members of RamgeSoft’s network will also have the opportunity to join the ioFABRIC Connect Partner Program, which provides “out of the box” marketing campaigns, and technical and sales training that deliver fast returns on investment.

“Enterprise storage customers looking to leverage the benefits of a hybrid cloud environment to better manage their storage, but they need a solution that provides the highest levels of security and protection of their business-critical information from loss and downtime to ensure business continuity,” said Christian Meier, Sales Director at RamgeSoft.  “By adding ioFABRIC Vicinity to their portfolio, our channel partners will be better able to offer their customers a cost-optimized solution that minimizes the complexity of data storage. We see Vicinity as an ideal way to become a strategic partner for your customers by helping them solve their current and future storage demands.”

Vicinity unlocks the true value of a multi-site multi-cloud data fabric by monitoring and automatically moving data to where it needs to be: low latency, active data remains on-premises while stale data is automatically migrated to the cloud. Vicinity profiles performance, capacity, and data protection capabilities of all storage elements, and delivers the service-level requirements that each application workload demands.

“It’s no surprise to see continued strong interest around the world for a data protection and data management solution that can help overcome the complexity needed to manage increasing amounts of data across multiple silos and sites while facing the risk of downtime and loss from issues like ransomware,” said Nigel Miller, VP Business Development at ioFABRIC. “That’s why it is critical that we partner with leading distributors like RamgeSoft to ensure that ioFABRIC Vicinity is available throughout every region in the world.  We look forward to working closely with RamgeSoft to ensure that companies throughout the European Union have access to our award-winning data fabric.”

About RamgeSoft

Established in Regensburg in 2004, value-added distributor Ramgesoft serves around 1,500 VARs, consultants, system integrators, and MSPs with software solutions in Remote Monitoring & Management (RMM), Security Information & Event Management (SIEM), and Storage Virtualization. In addition to typical business licensing, Ramgesoft supports their partners with deep technical know-how as well as education, training programs, and manufacturer certifications within RS-Academy.

About ioFABRIC Inc.

ioFABRIC Inc. is a data management company whose software solves data challenges while reducing complexity, and optimizing costs. ioFABRIC’s flagship product, ioFABRIC Vicinity, is a multi-site, multi-cloud data fabric ensuring storage is always available, always protected, always evergreen. Vicinity 3.0 creates a data fabric supporting applications running on legacy servers, VMs, containers, and clouds. Vicinity is sold through ioFABRIC’s reseller and distribution channel as licensed software or by white-labeling it with additional hardware and/or software. For more information visit www.ioFABRIC.com.

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Judy Smith, JPR Communications