Pluribus Networks Launches Pluribus Pro Channel Program for the SDN Market

11 August 2014
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Pluribus Networks, the leading provider of distributed network hypervisor operating system and programmable network services platform announced last week the Pluribus Pro Channel Program for the SDN Market, targeting value-added resellers, system integrators, as well as hardware manufacturers and IT solution vendors.

The program comes with three levels of resellers -One-Time, Gold and Platinum. The channel partner program enables partners to access sales training, conduct joint marketing and sales and receive periodic product and technology roadmap updates. 

  • Pluribus has named the early resellers joining the program, including Lumenate, Presidio, Datavision and Terrapin Systems. 

To boast the channel partner program, Pluribus has got Mark Conley on board, joining Pluribus as the director of worldwide channels from CommVault, where he spent six years in a similar executive position, working with channel partners.

Through the Pluribus Partner program, we gain access to up-to-date product information about a great solution that quickly and effectively demonstrates the value of their SDN technology to our customers. Customers have embraced virtualization technologies in the compute/server arena, and we see network virtualization as the next wave of investment in technology to help reduce IT operating expenditures.”

-       Mark Abolafia, vice president, Business and Market Development, DataVision Inc

“Only a few months after launching Netvisor, the Server Switch and our Network Computing Appliances, we are now offering our channel partners a rewarding program and are looking forward to sharing our resources and expertise with them in order to expand their presence in the respective markets and support their customers."

-      Kumar Srikantan, CEO of Pluribus

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