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Gotham Technology Group is known for its dedication to the build and performance of agile and innovative mobile infrastructure solutions for a, primarily, Fortune 500 customer base. Most recently, they teamed up with Pivot3 to announce a partnership that will optimize the mobile workforce as we know it. Pivot3 provides a dynamic, scalable and hyper-converged solution to software-defined data centers, eliminating big bulky equipment and improving the cost of operations to client businesses within various industries.
Together, the partnership aims to create enhancements to existing tech infrastructures and storage solutions. In some cases, existing infrastructures will be replaced altogether.
Leveraging the power of flash, HCI and hybrid-cloud technologies, mutual customers will now be ale to apply the best infrastructure solution to each project in their ongoing workload. They will not only be able to mark each solution project with priority, but through this partnership, they will additionally have the capability to provide solutions directly within their application architecture and in conducting business services.
Optimizing infrastructures to become software-centric, costs are automatically lowered within the operating space. They are also made more productive through speed and organization. Because Gotham is dedicated to providing security within data, application delivery and mobile platform solutions, this partnership really comes as no surprise.
Partnering with outside vendors is actually nothing new to Gotham; its reseller network is continually expanding. Partnering with Pivot3, however, Gotham not only has access to their fully patented solutions, but they are also authorized to sell, service and support those same solutions. The mobile workforce becomes more efficient and more productive through virtualization and application development – both of with Gotham has demonstrated a high level of expertise within.
“Hyper-convergence is the next wave in the virtualization of the IT
landscape and Pivot3’s unique architecture enables this transformation,”
states Ken Phelan, CTO of Gotham Technology Group. This exclusivity
will allow Gotham to be at the forefront of that wave.
Pivot3 allows stronger defense in protecting data, while allowing complex functions to take place very in a very simple interface. Big data, for example is collected within the system, saving weeks on end in just the planning and configuration of data collection processes.
Even while collecting so much data, in addition to storing it, software-solutions ensure efficiency in accelerated back up and recovery. Together, these processes save IT departments precious time that would be better spent focused on delivery, rather than setup.
In the case of a remote and mobile workforce, the ability to control infrastructure from a central location eliminates so many problems that businesses currently face.
Cloud technologies have opened the door for so much, but so often incompatible devices and connections interfere with certain elements in the system. Allowing an actual center to control this technology and make changes, virtually, businesses are finding better unification and stability in infrastructure, such as what Pivot3 offers. With Gotham’s added services, customization of infrastructure and application builds will be a force to be reckoned with.
Pivot3 was recently in the news for acquiring NexGen Storage, as it shifts the hyper-converged market towards more dynamic solutions.