December 05, 2005
Anacomp Inc. has been appointed as an authorized maintenance provider for
customers using 3PAR InServ Storage Servers worldwide. 3PAR is a provider of Utility Storage, a simple, efficient and
scalable tiered-storage array for utility computing that enables
customers to serve more with less.
3PAR has partnered with Anacomp for onsite maintenance and logistics
services in the United States and United Kingdom. Anacomp will also provide call center
support in the United Kingdom. Anacomp guarantees 3PAR with a rapid response
time-24 hours a day, seven days a week-from over two hundred global
service locations to support 3PAR customers. Anacomp is highly regarded
in the storage industry as a dependable service partner with a
reputation for customer service excellence.
"We see 3PAR as a strategic partner for Anacomp and we strongly
believe in 3PAR technology and solutions. 3PAR is an organization that
has created huge interest in their storage solutions, and we are happy
that Anacomp is their choice for product support," said Anacomp's
Robert Yuile, vice president of multi-vendor services sales and marketing.
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