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Samsung-Backed Pivot3 Is Now Powering Samsung’s Push Into Small Business Cloud Serivces

Pivot3, the Texas-based data storage company, and Samsung Electronics are entering a new partnership aimed at broadening the pair’s appeal to small and medium-sized enterprises wanting to deploy virtualized desktop infrastructure. Channel partners of the two companies can now offer a starter bundle to SMEs consisting of a Pivot3 vSTAC VDI P Cubed starter appliance (with pre-configured trial licenses) — capable of supporting more than 100 virtual desktops – and 10 Samsung thin-client Cloud Displays.

“We’re delighted to partner with Samsung Electronics,” said Mike Holt, Director of Business Development at Pivot3 in a statement. “The combined offer is exactly what our joint EMEA distribution and channel partners have been asking for. This offer should really accelerate view deployments throughout our region.”

 

 
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