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Release date- 30102013 -
Using an all-virtual, all-software approach and unique capacity-based subscription pricing, Quantum's program allows MSPs and VARs to brand, market and sell cloud Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) offerings that scale as the provider's revenue grows, thereby reducing the need for large up-front capital expenditures on hardware.
Under the program, service providers license virtual appliances from Quantum on a capacity basis and then offer their own branded cloud-based backup services to end users. This approach makes the providers a more valuable partner to their customers and enables those customers to quickly realize the benefits of using deduplication for cloud backup.
Enabling Partners to Easily Brand, Market and Sell Their Own Backup-as-a-Service
By participating in the Quantum program, MSPs and VARs have access to all of the tools necessary to provide industry-leading backup and disaster recovery services to their customers and quickly maximize their investment, including:
Comprehensive free online sales and presales training;
Customizable marketing resources such as customer-facing collateral, solution guides and technical content;
Free access to Quantum software products for trial and demonstration purposes;
Technical and support training.
Quantum Deduplication Technology as the
Quantum's best-in-class DXi-Series deduplication is the key to making cloud-based data protection more affordable for customers. Deduplication reduces backup capacity requirements by as much as 90 percent, requiring less bandwidth to get data to the cloud and less cloud storage capacity for that data, resulting in lower costs. Deduplication also accelerates the recovery process and makes cloud-based DR more cost-effective. With DXi deduplication, users can keep a full copy of their data on premise, providing a more efficient day-to-day recovery process while keeping an off-site backup copy in the cloud that is ready when needed.
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