Procom Inks Distribution Agreement With Comark

Procom Technology has signed a distribution agreement with Comark, a US-based value added reseller.

As a privately held provider of information technology products and services, Comark said it will suggest, sell and support the NetFORCE product line, including ProMirror and DUET storage management software. Comark also said its primary focus for NetFORCE will be on its Fortune 500 corporate clientele as well as state, local and federal governments.

“The addition of the NetFORCE product line enables us to aggressively meet the needs of price-conscious customers who want top-of-the-line storage performance and functionality,” said Vito Valenzano, director of Comark’s storage center of excellence. “We see Procom as the value leader in network storage solutions, allowing us to offer our customers one of the most reliable, easy to use and cost-effective packages on the market today.”

According to Procom, NetFORCE 1700 offers 1.8 terabytes (TB) of storage in 5U of space, while the NetFORCE 3500 and 3600 deliver features and capabilities aimed at data intensive applications. The company also said NetFORCE with DUET enables both file level and block-level data access in the same storage solution, while ProMirror’s near real-time Safe Asynchronous Mirroring architecture is desinged to ensures data from the source filer is continuously reflected onto the target filer, eliminating any single point of failure.

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