RAH Infotech Appointed as National VAD by Actifio

January 11, 2016 0 comments

NEW DELHI, INDIA: RAH Infotech has announced its appointment as a National Value Added Distributor for Actifio, the Copy Data Virtualization company. Actifio solutions enable businesses to protect, access, and move their data faster, more efficiently, and more simply by decoupling data from physical storage.

With this partnership, RAH Infotech will be able to provide a complete suite of data management solutions which leverage Actifio data virtualization to serve many use cases, including backup, disaster recovery, test data management for application development, and data migration. RAH Infotech has always served their customers with the best-of-breed solutions from top technology players and they continuously make efforts to enrich their portfolio and align with the customer’s evolving requirements.

Ashok Kumar, CEO at RAH Infotech, said, “As the innovator and leader in this space, Actifio’s solutions are forward thinking and the copy data virtualization technology behind it is the technology of the future. We are happy that RAH Infotech is the first value added distributor to introduce such a disruptive technology in India. We are using our early mover advantage to take these solutions to more customers and expand our base.”

With a dedicated team for customer and channel business development and their experience in the enterprise security and storage domain, RAH Infotech is well positioned to offer these specialized solutions to a variety of enterprise organizations across the country.

Actifio is the only enterprise-class copy data virtualization in the market today offering such a comprehensive suite of data management solutions from a single platform. Unlike conventional backup technologies, the patented Actifio Virtual Data PipelineTM technology makes protection of critical business application faster, inexpensive and simple, and enables businesses to accelerate application development processes with instant data access and move toward hybrid cloud architecture.


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