VAST Data, the storage software company, announced it is broadening its international expansion plans, continuing to disrupt and modernize the legacy storage infrastructure market.
VAST has opened up operations in the UK, France, Germany, Israel, Turkey, Czech Republic, Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, and Korea. These will now be followed by further expansion across EMEA with Benelux, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and the Nordics, and in Asia with Japan.
“In just a few short years we’ve become one of the fastest growing storage companies ever, disrupting a stagnant marketplace and challenging the status quo to solve old storage dilemmas for the new data-driven world,” stated Renen Hallak, Founder and CEO of VAST Data. “The plan now is to scale our Universal Storage platform into International markets, helping enterprises meet the challenges of exponential data growth, access complexity and speed. We believe it’s time for modern enterprises to rethink the whole data and storage landscape to take advantage and leverage the benefits of ‘clouds of flash’ for their AI, analytics and data protection strategies.”
With its Universal Storage platform, VAST has created a next generation storage architecture that addresses the challenges and compromises of scale, performance, efficiency and cost, to better meet the demands of today's data-deluged and AI-powered enterprises in a new era of machine intelligence, according to the vendor.
Under the leadership of Peter Gadd, International Vice President, all territories will be supported by in-region sales, technical support, marketing, and customer services functions.
VAST has also signed agreements with leading distribution partners across its international territories including Spinnaker in the UK, Arrow Electronics in Europe, Logicom in the Middle East and Africa, TechData in Australia, ASI in New Zealand and ASBISc Enterprises PLC in Russia, as well as Eastern and Central Europe.
International customers that have already chosen VAST’s Universal Storage include Krystal in the UK, CeGaT in Germany, DUG in Australia and Agoda in Singapore, among others.
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