Story image

Nlyte announces partnership to expand presence among EMEA data centres

11 Dec 2017

​Nlyte Software has committed to a partnership that the company asserts will bolster its support of data centres in Belgium.

The data centre management and infrastructure optimisation software provider has partnered with Simac ICT Belgium, a tech organisation that provides personalised improvements to business processes.

Nlyte Software will be collaborating with the Simac ICT Belgium Cabling and Infrastructure business unit to provide data centre infrastructure management solutions including the latest releases, Nlyte 9.0 and Nlyte Discovery.

The company affirms this will ensure that organisations across Belgium will have access to products that can be introduced into existing infrastructures to improve efficiency and give more accurate and timely feeds of information.

The new strategic partnership will see Nlyte Software’s solutions supplied with Simac ICT Belgium’s trademark customer service offering a 360° support including expert implementation, on-site support and consultancy.

Simac ICT Belgium (C&I), Andy Vanbrabant says the company works with hundreds of organisations across a range of industries, and now the Nlyte partnership will allow future and existing customers to benefit from solutions that will give them the reliability and robustness to generate maximum output.

“Nlyte Software has one of the best reputations of any vendor in the industry so when an opportunity to work with them came up, we didn’t think twice,” says Vanbrabant.

“Nlyte’s array of outstanding products are only bested by its numerous industry accolades and we know, coupled with our expert knowledge and network in Belgium, we will make an unbeatable team.”

Nlyte Software Vice President and Head of Sales for EMEA, Moshe Benjo says the company is excited by the prospects of the partnership.

“Europe is one of the fastest growing data centre markets in the world and we are delighted to be working with Simac ICT Belgium, a Belgium native organisation that operates to the highest of standards,” says Benjo.

“Our solutions provide industry leading data centre infrastructure management solutions that companies in a variety of industries can easily implement, use and analyse to give them piece of mind and a competitive advantage over their rivals.”

Intel building US’s first exascale supercomputer
Intel and the Department of Energy are building potentially the world’s first exascale supercomputer, capable of a quintillion calculations per second.
NVIDIA announces enterprise servers optimised for data science
“The rapid adoption of T4 on the world’s most popular business servers signals the start of a new era in enterprise computing."
Unencrypted Gearbest database leaves over 1.5mil shoppers’ records exposed
Depending on the countries and information requirements, the data could give hackers access to online government portals, banking apps, and health insurance records.
Storage is all the rage, and SmartNICs are the key
Mellanox’s Kevin Deierling shares the results from a new survey that identifies the key role of the network in boosting data centre performance.
Opinion: Moving applications between cloud and data centre
OpsRamp's Bhanu Singh discusses the process of moving legacy systems and applications to the cloud, as well as pitfalls to avoid.
Global server market maintains healthy growth in Q4 2018
New data from Gartner reveals that while there was growth in the market as a whole, some of the big vendors actually declined.
Cloud application attacks in Q1 up by 65% - Proofpoint
Proofpoint found that the education sector was the most targeted of both brute-force and sophisticated phishing attempts.
Huawei to deploy Open Rack in all its public cloud data centres
Tech giant Huawei has unveiled plans to adopt Open Rack proposed by the Open Compute Project in its new public cloud data centres across the globe.