DataCore and MTI Join Multivendor Support Alliance

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TSANet (Technical Support Alliance Network), which claims to be the industry’s largest vendor-neutral support alliance, has added two new members. The new members are DataCore Software Corporation, a provider of storage control software, and MTI Technology Corp., a manufacturer of data server solutions for Global 2000 companies.

“We are very pleased to welcome these two leading storage networking vendors to the TSANet multivendor support alliance,” stated Dennis Smeltzer, TSANet executive director. “The need to deal effectively with multivendor support issues has become increasingly important over the last several years. In fact, the ability to do so has become a competitive differentiator for many of our members as more of their potential customers see the value of selecting a vendor who can offer a solution to this growing problem. TSANet provides the infrastructure and tools to help its members solve multivendor issues quickly and efficiently,” he concluded.

DataCore Software Corporation products include storage virtualization and networking software. MTI develops, manufactures, sells and services data server solutions.

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