iValue InfoSolutions Reaffirms Partnership with Stratus Technologies for Edge Computing Market in India

iValue InfoSolutions, India’s premium technology enabler and Stratus Technologies worldwide leader of fault-tolerant systems for high-availability applications are expanding their 5-year-old relationship. The primary focus of their partnership was focused on Stratus’ Fault Tolerant Servers and iValue has been catering and acquiring customers across BFSI, MFG and Space Research via their Fault Tolerant Servers, but now with their Edge Computing Solutions added to the new offering, iValue is looking forward to acquiring more customers in the coming day.

“iValue has always had an advantage of associating with the right mix of technology providers and aiding technology development and usage in India along with 13+ locations. Our partnership with Stratus Technologies is 5-year-old and we have been fostering business for their Fault Tolerant Servers. Now, Stratus is helping industry leaders bring in digital transformation for their business-critical applications by delivering zero-touch Edge Computing platforms. For customers considering a digital transformation with projects that require local processing, cybersecurity or low latency, Stratus ztC is a converged Edge Computing stack that is simple to deploy and manage, protected from threats of interruption and automated to reduce the burden on IT and OT. It minimizes complexity and the need for significant IT involvement. We are happy to reaffirm and take our partnership to another stage by supporting their Edge Computing Solutions with our expertise for Indian market,” said Amarjeet Singh Manchanda, VP – Data Centre & Cloud, iValue InfoSolutions.

iValue has always given preference to Optimization & Transformation area, leveraging Customer Life Cycle and Product Life Cycle Adoption frameworks. As a leading technology enabler, iValue fosters innovation through delivering integrated offerings that power Data, Network & Application (DNA) management for enterprises. It helps organisations look at and reimagine their existing IT infrastructure smartly, efficiently & effectively. iValue has the added advantage of having top 100 brands as a loyal customer base across more than eight verticals, with 5x times market growth and a robust team in 13+ locations. Being a premier enabler, iValue has endured, to consistently partner with the right mix of widespread and niche technology providers to help customers in their transformational journey. Its penchant to select the right partner and aid its customers with niche and trustworthy solutions has helped them grow relentlessly fostering the trust of their 5,000+ customers.

“iValue InfoSolutions is a key Stratus partner as organisations in India scale deployment of zero-touch Edge Computing platform to enable simple, protected, autonomous operations,” said Stratus’ Asia South Managing Director, Mr Lin Hoe, Foong. “Stratus’ Edge Computing platforms enable rapid transformation at the edge to securely translate data into actionable insight for richer analytical outcomes. Additionally, businesses require Stratus’ unmatched uptime and reliability for their critical applications. Our continued partnership with iValue demonstrates the demand for Stratus solutions and the expertise that iValue provides to end users.”
This year the company has announced the 2nd generation of its ztC Edge platform, the Edge Computing platform that combines built-in application virtualization and fault tolerance in a more easy-to-install, ruggedized design for the industrial edge. The new ztC Edge offers up to 200% greater performance over the prior ztC Edge generation. The compute platform is suited for running critical applications and building Smart Machines in Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, Oil & Gas, Food & Beverage, and other industries where data loss and unplanned downtime are not acceptable. Stratus has a vast customer base, but popular types of its customers include banks and credit unions, e-commerce firms, emergency response centers, police departments, fire departments, hospitals, clinics, governments, credit card companies, stock exchanges, telcos/phone companies and Internet providers.

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