Datrium expands reach in Europe

Datrium has expanded its global reach in Europe to enable the company to provide real-time interaction for its existing regional customers and to connect with prospects throughout the continent. Datrium will focus on building out its UK presence this year, hiring and training new sales staff and developing relationships with organisations and partners throughout the region, with more ambitious expansion plans beginning in January 2020.

Built to support complex hybrid cloud environments, Datrium’s software-defined converged infrastructure is an agile solution for large enterprise data centres. Datrium’s advanced technology delivers high-performance primary storage and compute functionality, backup without separate purchasing and administration, as well as cloud disaster recovery automation—all from one solution. Further, Datrium software licenses have total portability across hardware types and deployment environments, whether on premises or in the cloud.

“The demand for cloud-enabled converged infrastructure has never been higher among enterprises worldwide. There’s multi-billion dollar market potential for Datrium as we build out our overseas operations,” said Tim Page, CEO of Datrium. “Datrium’s expansion comes at a critical time for our customers in Europe as they need IT systems that can provide the performance, scalability and capacity required by modern applications to keep pace with their changing business needs. We will continue to grow our European team with top-performing executives who possess a deep knowledge of the local markets and how to best address their specific requirements.”

Sean Mullins, a seasoned sales executive with over twenty years of experience in the technology sector, has been appointed as VP of Sales in Europe. Prior to joining Datrium, Sean served as a UK and Ireland area manager for DELL EMC in its Modern Data Centre Division.

Throughout his career, Sean has focused on disruptive technologies that deliver real business outcomes and enable customers to achieve the objectives most crucial to their company’s success. He brings these skills to Datrium, where he will help build a broad customer base across Europe and foster a strong channel program in the region.

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