Exclusive Networks Malaysia signs service agreements with HPE and Nutanix
Published 11 December 2020
Cybersecurity and cloud solutions company Exclusive Networks Malaysia (ENMY) has signed agreements with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Nutanix to improve the efficiency of enterprise operations in Malaysia.
Under the agreement, ENMY will officially be given the rights to distribute the complete suite of HP’s and Nutanix’s products to the public and private sectors. They include a line of hyperconverged infrastructure solutions, including Nutanix’s Enterprise Cloud platform, HPE ProLiant DX Servers and HPE GreenLake with Nutanix,
“As a one-stop shop for a complete range of innovative solutions, including security and hybrid cloud solutions, as well as professional and maintenance services, we often see first-hand the issues that aging IT infrastructures create for Malaysian enterprises,” said Yuri Zaharin, Country Manager at Exclusive Networks Malaysia.
Industries that are set to benefit from ENMY’s product offerings include the financial services industry, telecommunications, and manufacturing.
“By partnering with HPE and Nutanix, ENMY will enable enterprises to deploy their IT applications faster and reduce their overall IT costs, enabling them to thrive in Malaysia’s increasingly digital economy,” he continued.
Hyperconverged infrastructure can reduce unplanned downtime by 85% and the time spent on backups by 60%, increasing data recovery speed by 41%. The study adds that revenue could increase by 1-2% as a result of the reduction in unplanned downtime. To top it off, Hyperconverged Infrastructure can also help enterprises to reduce IT operational costs by 62%
Avinash Gowda, Country Manager for Nutanix Malaysia, said: “As more Malaysian enterprises scale for transformation in the cloud, capabilities that deliver on increased agility, flexibility and visibility will be top-of-mind.”
Chaw Kit San, Country Channel Manager for HPE Malaysia, pointed out that in 2020, distributed enterprises need secure, flexible, edge-to-cloud architectures, which can be offered by consumption-based IT and hyperconverged infrastructures.
Exclusive Networks Malaysia, HPE and Nutanix recognised the need to seal the deal after finding that organisations with legacy data centers and IT operations are facing a big challenge today, as their aging IT infrastructure is not equipped for agile and secure processing of exponentially increasing data volumes, particularly during the rising work-from-home trend.
By Jie Yee Ong, Tech Reporter
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