iValue Inks Distribution Pact With Stratus Technologies
iValue InfoSolutions has announced a distribution agreement with Stratus Technologies for their industry leading solutions in fault tolerant computer servers and software.
Vikramjeet Bhatti, Managing Director, India & SAARC at Stratus said, “We found iValue to be the right partner with an evolved GTM with customer and partner relationships to jumpstart our India foray. Stratus is committed to invest and grow India business along with iValue.”
Application availability and performance over the years have become critical need for most business. Telecom firms lose revenue if billing software goes down, eCommerce firms lose customers if their web/mobile application is unavailable, manufacturing comes to a half if ERP/SCM stops working and life of patients put to risk in healthcare with IT downtime. These are some of the few instances which demand fault tolerant solutions to ensure always on status for critical applications.
Subodh Anchan, Director, Alliances at iValue InfoSolutions said “iValue focus has been around helping our customers around critical business application on availability, performance and security. Our partnership with Stratus Technologies will help in taking this to a new level with uninterrupted 24 x 7 x 365 performance of essential business operations. We plan to upgrade mission critical IT setup of our customers to Stratus platform in the coming months through our country wide partner ecosystem.”
Stratus Technologies is the world wide leader of fault-tolerant systems for high-availability applications. Their approach uses duplex self-checking computers where each computer of a duplex pair is itself internally duplicated and compared to provide high-coverage concurrent error detection. The duplex pair of self-checking computers is run synchronously so that if one fails, the other can continue the computations without delay.
Stratus has a vast customer base, but popular types of its customers include banks and credit unions, e-commerce firms, emergency response centers, police departments, fire departments, hospitals, clinics, governments, credit card companies, stock exchanges, telcos/phone companies and Internet providers.