Backup and disaster recovery services available through Arrow Electronics
Late last month, NewCloud Networks, a national cloud computing and communications provider, announced an agreement with Arrow Electronics, a global provider of IT products and services. Under the agreement, Arrow’s U.S. value-added reseller (VAR) community will be able to package and sell NewCloud Protect and NewCloud Replication. These Veeam-powered backup and disaster recovery services (respectively) are hosted on NewCloud Infrastructure across 10 locations in the U.S.
“Our collaboration with NewCloud Networks further strengthens Arrow’s capabilities in the backup and disaster recovery space,” said John Austin, director of strategic partnerships for Arrow’s Enterprise Computing Solutions business. “NewCloud Protect and Replication give our VAR community hosted, Veeam-based solutions to use as a foundational element in building their cloud practice.”
“We are very excited to work with Arrow,” added Sam V. Kumar, founder and president of NewCloud Networks. “With our reliable, redundant and best-of-breed cloud backup and disaster recovery solutions, and Arrow’s global reach, we will be able to help companies of all sizes modernize and eliminate their backup and disaster recovery challenges. Add in our ultra-low latency nationwide network and the possibilities are endless!”
For more information about Arrow Electronics, visit www.arrow.com
About NewCloud Networks: Founded in 1988, NewCloud Networks (NCN) is a national cloud computing and communications provider specializing in hybrid cloud, cloud desktops, backup and disaster recovery, and unified communications. 2,500+ customers and 2,000+ sales partners choose NewCloud for the trust that comes from an established, financially stable, and transparent cloud company. NCN delivers real value, maximum uptime and performance, and solutions that are customized to customer needs. NewCloud’s unified cloud platform is SOC, HIPAA, and PCI compliant and features best-of-breed solutions that are priced competitively. The guiding principle – take care of customers, partners and employees and everything else will take care of itself – has led to a 95% cloud customer retention rate to date.