June 2004
UNIX Update;Jun2004, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p1
Trade Publication
Agilysys, Inc., a provider of enterprise computer solutions, has signed master distributor and value-added reseller agreements with PolyServe Inc., a leading developer of shared data clustering software for Linux and Windows-based data centers. Under these agreements, Agilysys distributes and resells Polyserve's Matrix Server software, which enables companies to reduce their data center infrastructure costs by enabling them to use Intel Architecture-based clusters to run enterprise applications. Agilysys partners will be able to take advantage of this alliance with PolyServe and become resellers of PolyServe software as well. Agilysys will enable partners through sales and technical training, business planning and marketing assistance to develop a solutions portfolio. Agilysys, Inc. is one of the distributors and resellers of leading enterprise computer technology solutions from Hewlett-Packard, IBM and Oracle, as well as other top manufacturers. The company has a proven track record of delivering complex servers, software, storage and services to resellers and corporate end-user customers across a diverse set of industries.


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