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Servergy Announces Strategic Channel Alliances with Avnet and Ingram Micro

Cleantech IT innovations company Servergy, Inc. – recently described as a “revolutionary disruptor” for the coming “datacenter storm” by Gartner, the top global IT research and advisory firm – today announced strategic channel alliances with Fortune 100 companies Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT) and Ingram Micro Inc. (NYSE: IM) to distribute Servergy’s new Cleantech Servers® to their resellers.

Servergy’s new Cleantech Servers® are a new class of clean and green Linux servers that deliver an hyper-efficient platform with extremely high I/O and density that’s very reliable, secure and scalable for cloud, big data, caching, streaming, distributed storage, networking and embedded applications.

“Servergy is proud to be working with Avnet and Ingram Micro. Servergy offers channel partners an exciting new class of clean and green Linux servers that literally help pay for themselves,” said Bill Mapp, founder, chairman and CEO, Servergy. “Our channel program is grounded on a very channel friendly sales engagement model designed to ease the costs and complexities of doing business together.”

Servergy’s Cleantech Server® represents the next generation of hyper-efficient, Linux-based I/O Accelerator platform, ideally suited for “I/O intensive workloads," for both data centers and embedded environments. The patented technology saves up to 90% or more on power and space, while accelerating data I/O up to 16 times or more over traditional servers. It is a new clean and green class of Linux server that has been engineered in the labs from the ground up with Servergy’s patented Cleantech ArchitectureTM to be highly reliable, secure and scalable for cloud, big data, caching, streaming, distributed storage, networking and embedded applications.

Data center operators globally are searching for answers to their growing power, cooling, space and I/O limitations. “Servergy’s new class of Cleantech Servers ® are hyper-efficient, fast, small, cool, quiet, light-weight, but also powerful and scalable enough to handle the rapidly growing I/O, space, cooling and energy demands of data centers worldwide,” Mapp said. “Together with global industry leaders like Avnet and Ingram Micro, we are offering new solutions that help address the biggest problems facing data centers around the world today.”

About Servergy

Servergy is a Cleantech IT Innovations Company and thought leader in developing clean and green technology for data center and embedded applications, globally. Servergy has created an exciting new class of hyper-efficient, high-performance Cleantech Server® with its patented Cleantech Architecture™, redefining performance and efficiency by offering a whole new class of Linux servers that are extremely small, fast, efficient, cool, quiet and light-weight. Cleantech Servers are ideally suited for “high I/O intensive” workloads. They provide very reliable, secure and scalable solutions for cloud, big data, caching, distributed storage, software defined networking and embedded applications. Servergy is partnering with a rapidly growing list of top global companies worldwide. Servergy’s headquarters and Innovations Lab are located in Dallas, Texas, USA. Visit www.servergy.com or @Servergy on Twitter.

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