Tarmin Wins Storage Awards for Fourth Consecutive Year
Tarmin Earns Channel Partner Program of the Year at The Storries XI
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tarmin Inc., a global pioneer of Data Defined Storage solutions, today announced that it was recently honored at the Storage Awards, for the fourth consecutive year, earning the Channel Partner Program of the Year award. The black tie Storage Awards ceremony took place at the Grand Connaught Rooms, Covent Garden in London.
“This award is a testament to Tarmin’s commitment to our partners, to deliver the greatest solutions that will outperform the competition”
“This award is a testament to Tarmin’s commitment to our partners, to deliver the greatest solutions that will outperform the competition,” said Shahbaz Ali, president and CEO of Tarmin. “We highly value the long standing relationships with our partners and their contribution in delivering Data Defined Storage technologies to the marketplace.”
The Storage Awards, which is in its 11th year, includes 30 categories which are voted for by thousands of Storage Magazine readers to reward the outstanding products, services and people in the industry. More information about the awards can be found at http://Tarm.in/StorageAwards.
By utilizing GridBank Data Management Platform, the premier Data Defined Storage solution, Tarmin partners are able to create solutions that deliver reduced TCO and risk. This enables organizations to gain value from unstructured data repositories and address the key challenges associated with unstructured data growth.
Tarmin Inc. is the leading pioneer of Data Defined Storage solutions, which unlock the value of data as a strategic business enabler, delivering a massively scalable, transparent and unified approach for consistent data management, storage, retention, security and search across cloud and traditional storage infrastructure. Tarmin GridBank empowers organizations to store, control and understand the value of data as a competitive business asset, no matter its size, location or cost by uniting application, information and storage tiers into a single, integrated data centric management architecture.