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Violin Memory Partners with NOESIS Strengthening International Reseller Presence
|By Business Wire
|June 12, 2014 11:25 AM EDT
Memory®, Inc., (NYSE:VMEM), a leading provider of all-flash storage
arrays and appliances delivering application solutions for the
enterprise, today announced a new top level channel partner, Authorized
Service Provider, NOESIS.
Headquartered in Oeiras, Portugal, NOESIS is a consultancy providing
innovative solutions to help solve complex business and IT challenges.
With offices in Angola, Belgium, Brazil and Portugal, NOESIS now
provides the entire family of Violin All-Flash solutions across three
continents, adding to Violin’s growing presence in these regions.
During the past year, Violin has established multiple channel
partnerships across the EMEA region and globally with resellers and
distributors including The
ADN Group. Coupled with the company’s new Global
Channel Partner Program, strategic technology relationships and more
efficient go-to-market model, Violin channel partners are exceeding
expectations. The NOESIS partnership reflects an important strategic
stride forward for Violin as its industry-leading flash arrays continue
to gain market share in fast-growth countries. Violin’s solution
portfolio will help NOESIS customers perform competitively through
accelerated business processes such as billing, reporting and real-time
“NOESIS regularly helps its clients outperform the markets they serve by
offering a diverse range of services. Our proven technology is an ideal
fit for their commitment to client satisfaction and we are thrilled to
be working with such a respected industry organization,” said Christian
Putz, VP EMEA Channels at Violin Memory.
“The addition of Violin’s solutions is an important one for us. We have
helped our customers carry out numerous storage migrations over the
years and Violin offers unique flash storage capabilities that strike a
balance between performance, reliability and affordability that, today,
cannot be found elsewhere,” said Rui Moura, Managing Director at NOESIS.
About Violin Memory, Inc.
Business in a Flash. Violin Memory transforms the speed of
business with high performance, always available, low cost management of
critical business information and applications. Violin’s All Flash
optimized solutions accelerate breakthrough CAPEX and OPEX savings for
building the next generation data center. Violin’s Flash Fabric
Architecture™ (FFA) speeds data delivery with chip-to-chassis
performance optimization that achieves lower consistent latency and cost
per transaction for Cloud, Enterprise and Virtualized mission-critical
applications. Violin's All Flash Arrays and Appliances, and enterprise
data management software solutions enhance agility and mobility while
revolutionizing data center economics. Founded in 2005, Violin Memory is
headquartered in Santa Clara, California. For more information, visit www.violin-memory.com.
Follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/violinmemory.
Forward Looking Statement
This press release contains forward-looking statements within the
meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995,
including statements with respect to the potential business that may be
realized by Violin’s channel partners, Violin’s ability to gain market
share in fast-growth countries, the potential benefits that may be
realized by NOESIS’ customers by using Violin’s products, and statements
relating to Violin Memory’s business plans and strategy. Additional
risks and uncertainties that could affect Violin Memory's business
performance and financial results are included under the captions "Risk
Factors" and "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial
Condition and Results of Operations," in Violin Memory's annual report
on Form 10-Q, which was filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission, and which is available on company’s investor relations
website at investor.violin-memory.com and
on the SEC's website at www.sec.gov.
All forward-looking statements in this public announcement are based on
information available to the Company as of the date hereof, and Violin
Memory does not assume any obligation to update the forward-looking
statements provided to reflect events that occur or circumstances that
exist after the date on which they were made.
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their respective owners.
Founded in 1995, NOESIS
is a consultancy that provides expert solutions to enhance
competitiveness, facilitate better management, reduce costs and optimize
business processes. NOESIS has established partnerships with many of the
world’s leading manufacturers in each key area of business activity, in
order to continually offer the best response to each specific challenge.
NOESIS has over 400 employees and a turnover above 17 million euros. The
agency’s offer is structured in infrastructure services, software
development, quality management, project outsourcing and professional
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