Arkivum Appoints S3 to Resell It's Cloud Archive Service
14/09/12 | in: Arkivum
Arkivum, the data archiving specialist, has appointed data storage reseller Solid State Solutions (S3) as a reseller of its digital archiving service.
S3 is a highly respected value-added integrator of data storage and storage management systems. Over the coming months, the reseller will be introducing Arkivum’s secure and dependable data archiving service to a client base which ranges from SMEs to Blue Chip companies including Infoterra, The British Library, The Wellcome Trust and the University of Cambridge.
Jim Cook, Arkivum CEO, says: “S3 has more than 20 years’ experience and an excellent track record in selling high value data storage solutions making it well placed to sell the Arkivum service and we are delighted to announce this partnership. Arkivum offers the ideal service to companies wanting to store their data for long periods of time and we are looking forward to working with the S3 team to share our service with its broad customer base. “
Gurdip Kalley, head of business development at S3, says: “Our vendor portfolio comprises some of the most well-known and respected names in the IT industry, and we feel that Arkivum is really setting the pace in terms of cloud storage solutions; so it’s great to be working together.
“Some of our customers need to keep data for 10 years or more and often have to access a file and cross reference it with current research. Our clients rely on our expertise to access, manage and protect their business critical information and we see the type of cloud storage service that Arkivum is offering as an ideal fit for S3’s customer base.”
Solid State Solutions was formed in 1988 as a value added integrator of data storage and storage management systems. Since then, it has developed and evolved to become a specialist in identifying and providing bespoke data storage solutions across rapidly changing business landscapes.
Arkivum offers the only archiving solution to provide 100% guaranteed data integrity. It uses data tape, which consumes very little energy, making it one of the greenest technologies available for the data centre.