Exclusive Networks Malaysia, a distributor for cybersecurity and cloud solutions, has inked agreements with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Nutanix, which allow ENMY to offer a full range of HPE servers and systems that are optimized with Nutanix software solutions for powering HCI applications.
Aims at helping the public and private sectors
Organizations with legacy data centers and IT operations are facing a big challenge today, as their aging IT infrastructure is not equipped to keep pace with exponentially increasing data volumes. On top of that, the rising work-from-home trend is also putting pressure on IT infrastructure’s agility and security, as it needs to handle the workload from additional devices. ENMY’s agreements with HPE and Nutanix are aimed at helping the public and private sectors to address these challenges.
Yuri Zaharin, Country Manager at Exclusive Networks Malaysia says,
“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. 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.”
ENMY can now distribute HPE and Nutanix integrated products
With the agreements sealed, ENMY can now distribute the complete suite of HPE and Nutanix integrated products, including a line of Hyperconverged Infrastructure solutions, to government-linked companies as well as, enterprises in the public, financial services, telecommunications, and manufacturing sectors.
Today, a growing number of enterprises are adopting Hyperconverged Infrastructure, as the technology can help enterprises to grow efficiently. A study by IDC in January 2020 showed that Hyperconverged Infrastructure can help reduce unplanned downtime by 85%, reduce time spent on backups by 60%, and increase 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%.