Server, storage and switch solution provider, FusionStor Technologies, has rolled out Build to Order (BTO) model for its Unified Storage range of NAS products. Also, the company has off-the-shelf invento server series.
FusionStor has introduced BTO model for its INOVA range of Unified Storage (NAS, ISCSI, FC) range of NAS products as an added advantage in the competitive Indian IT market. Amod Phadke, CEO, FusionStor said, "The market has tremendous potential and we want to offer a competitive edge and this is one of the initiatives to further boost our presence and sales in the Indian market." He further added, "As per the operation, each product of FusionStor line up will be specifically engineered and customised to meet the customer's needs and requirements. We aim at providing quality and requirements within the budget." With this, customer gets same software with modified hardware as per the demand. This will be the first initiative ever taken by a storage brand company to launch a BTO model to address the storage requirements for the end customer with their budgets in mind claims the company.
Furthermore, the company announces the launch of Invento server series. Phadke said, "With this launch, we will have a major benefit of faster penetration in all major verticals, as our products are designed to cater to the customer requirements and are engineered for future scalability. This also gives the customers the benefit of space saving, high density, and better power efficiency at an affordable price. At the same time we serve quality and make sure that our partners make better margins."
This server product line is targeted at SMBs. The series brings 1U/2U general purpose servers, multi-node high density servers (Compacto and Quadra Series), and 4-way high end business critical servers for applications such as HPC, virtualization, distributed computing, various cloud services and more. The Invento Series family covers latest 1P/2P/4P Intel Xeon Platforms with high scalability, ultra-dense design along with energy/cooling efficiency and infrastructure investment savings states the company.