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Aussie reseller for TwinStrata's CloudArray

Cloud services integrator, Cloud Solutions Group has added TwinStrata's CloudArray cloud storage gateway to its portfolio.

TwinStrata CloudArray iSCSI storage gateways integrate public cloud, private cloud and local or remote storage devices into flexible 'Cloud SANs' allowing unlimited storage, continuous data protection, tapeless offsite backup, instant disaster recovery, and branch office storage consolidation, company officials stated.

The products are now available from specialist cloud services integrator Cloud Solutions Group.

"We are very excited about the CloudArray market opportunity - the uptake has been immediate," said Josh Rubens, MD of Cloud Solutions Group. "We already have several CloudArray customer installations. The performance, ease of use, and security benefits provided by the CloudArray storage gateway greatly enriches our clients' cloud experience."

"We're delighted that Cloud Solutions Group has joined our select group of CloudArray cloud storage gateway resellers," said TwinStrata's vice president of sales, Ann Doyle. "Our recently forged relationship with Cloud Solutions Group allows us to successfully reach customers in this fast-growing market."

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