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Adaptec to appoint 60 premium resellers

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Adaptec, the global leader in data storage access solutions, will be appointing 60 premium resellers in India, 15 of which will be from the Chennai region, to further consolidate its position in the Indian market.

In the APAC region, Adaptec is looking at India, China and Australia as the promising markets. "India has a large market with its huge software and hardware presence. We have ACI, Cyber Star and Neoteric as our authorized distributors in India. We are on the move to appoint 60 premium resellers in India. There will be incentives for the premium resellers who attain our annual quota. Indian IT is rapidly growing and with the introduction of our new products we expect it to grow by 30 percent," said Vincent Chew, Marketing Communications Manager, Asia Pacific, Adaptec Inc.





Recently Adaptec launched the zero-channel designs, which is an upgrade to the RAID card family. Redundant Array of Inexpensive (or sometimes "Independent") Disks (RAID) is a method of combining several hard disks into one logical unit. It can offer fault tolerance and higher throughput levels than a single hard drive or group of independent hard drives. Adaptec's family of zero-channel RAID (ZCR) cards offer the ideal solution for customers who want an affordable, flexible upgrade path to advanced RAID. The ZCR cards come packaged with Adaptec's intuitive Storage Manager Pro, which greatly simplifies RAID storage configuration and management. Users can locally and remotely configure and manage cards installed in one or more servers from a single client workstation and user interface-reducing training time and increasing efficiency. RAID provides real time data recovery with uninterrupted access when a hard drive fails. It increases system uptime and network availability, protects against data loss. Furthermore, the multiple drives working in parallel increases system performance.

The company pioneered SCSI (Small Computer System Interface), a technology that enabled end-users to easily and affordably connect their PCs, Macs, servers and workstations to storage devices and peripherals. Today, guided by new initiatives like IP Storage and "RAID Everywhere", the company is striving to eliminate the barriers to storage networking and RAID technology adoption, and to make these technologies accessible to the masses. The key product lines are storage networking solutions, server storage solutions and desktop solutions.

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