Congratulations to the three Brocade channel partners winning our Partner Status Quo Breaker contest for July. Each of these three partners has demonstrated impressive vision, cutting-edge technology expertise, and intense customer commitment. They have each rejected conventional selling and legacy solutions to deliver transformational value and benefits to their customers.
I’m thrilled to announce this month’s Brocade Partner Status Quo Breaker winners and to share snapshots of their award-winning stories:
Advanced Onion of Carmel Valley, California: Paul Temple, President/CEO, and Tyler Houts, Director of Business Development. Working hand-in-hand with Brocade, Advanced Onion applied Brocade Network Subscription (BNS) to enable a U.S. federal customer to refresh their wireless network despite not having a capital budget. BNS allowed Advanced Onion to help the customer meet their mandated requirement for an ‘As a Service’ model, while getting an affordable solution custom-tailored to their needs.
Digital Technologies Corporation (DTC) of Japan. DTC performed custom development and testing to create the first solution offering for the Japanese market integrating Brocade VCX fabric technology, delivered on the Brocade VDX switch, with Nimble Storage’s flash-optimized platform. With this DTC solution, customers can easily and cost effectively scale their network and storage capabilities to meet growing performance demands.
PacStar of Portland, Oregon: Jeff Sinclair, VP of Sales. Built around Brocade ICX and VDX switches and wireless from Aruba, PacStar’s deployable communications kits can be literally dropped into remote, temporary and infrastructure-starved environments for quick-response set up of very reliable, secure and high-performance converged data/voice/video applications in the military, oil and gas, healthcare and other industries.
Congratulations to Advanced Onion, Digital Technologies Corporation and PacStar. All of us at Brocade are proud of our partnership with you.
Are you a Brocade channel partner with your own status-quo-breaking story to tell? We want to hear from you at http://www.statusquobreakers.com/. We’ve extended our call for nominations to October 1.