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Rackable Systems Partners with NetApp

Rackable Systems Partners with NetApp

Provides storage for customized data center solutions.

Rackable Systems, Inc., a provider of servers and storage products for data centers, today announced a partnership with NetApp to offer customers server and storage solutions for enterprise environments. Under terms of the agreement, the company says that it is joining NetApp's Embedded Systems Vendor Program and will integrate its storage into its data center server and infrastructure offerings.

The company says that, its servers, bundled with its storage solutions, will deliver performance, scalability and manageability to customers. It will also complete line of storage solutions, including the FAS series, will address the needs of customers seeking high storage utilization, thin provisioning and the NetApp offerings will also be available in its ICE Cube data center, claims the company.

''The NetApp Partner Program is designed to bring together innovative and integrated technologies to better enable customer success'' said Patrick Rogers, vice president of solutions marketing at NetApp. ''This is exactly what Rackable Systems brings to the partnership, helping NetApp customers easily deploy and grow their data center''.

''Our partnership with NetApp is a natural fit and is in line with our goal of bringing best-of-breed technologies together into an integrated solution to address the emerging space, power and performance needs of our customers'' said Tony Carrozza, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Rackable Systems. ''Partnering with industry leaders like NetApp allows us to further extend our built-to-order capabilities, expand our global business and offer the most innovative, customizable server and storage solutions on the market.''

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