Scale Computing, a market leader in edge computing, virtualisation and hyperconverged solutions, today announced that it has been honoured with an 2020 XCellence Award for the “XCellence in Solutions Track Presentation” category at the XChange conference, hosted by The Channel Company in San Antonio, Texas.
Scale Computing was selected for this award by leading solution providers attending the XChange conference in appreciation of its innovative products, services and partner programs. The “XCellence in Solutions Track Presentation” award recognises Scale Computing’s dedication to helping solution providers future-proof their business.
“XChange draws the IT channel’s elite technology vendors — vendors that are devoted to providing forward-thinking technology solutions and business strategies to help solution providers be the most profitable today and, in the future,” said Bill Jones, senior vice president and general manager, events, The Channel Company.
“Through their products, programs and services, these vendors have demonstrated an unwavering commitment to helping solution providers capitalise on market trends and the ever-changing needs of their customers to achieve lasting success. We congratulate Scale Computing and thank all the recipients of 2020 XCellence Awards for their valuable contributions to today’s digitally driven channel.”
The XCellence Award win continues Scale Computing’s winning momentum including “Best Midmarket Solution: Hardware,” “Best Boardroom: Premier” and “Best in Show: Premier” categories at The Channel Company’s 2019 Midsize Enterprise Summit®: Spring and Fall Conferences. Scale Computing was additionally awarded an XCellence Award in the “Technology Solution” category at the 2019 NexGen Conference.
This year’s presentation from Scott Mann, director of the North American Channel at Scale Computing, offered insight to attendees on how to expand from a centralized data center to the edge with hyperconverged infrastructure. The session also focused on Scale Computing’s newest edge offering the HE150 and its edge-to-core platform concept, describing how the evolving data center benefits hardware manufacturers with smaller form factor systems.
“The edge computing market is rapidly maturing and presents plenty of opportunities across various industries and organisations of all sizes,” said Mann.
“With next generation infrastructure, we are able to expand the data centre conversation beyond just the four walls of the production data centre to the regional and small branch offices and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). It was great to showcase how the HE150 offers the channel community a competitive advantage by being able to handle multiple workloads under a single management console with centralised upgrade management, zero-touch deployments and custom orchestration.”
The Channel Company’s XChange March conference, held this year in San Antonio, Texas, from March 1-3, provides attendees with empowering insight, actionable business strategies and unmatched peer connections. Attendees learn from industry leaders, who present the latest technologies, programs and business models that are enabling solution providers to realise lasting success.