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Arrow Electronics to offer nScaled Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service

nScaled solution to be integrated into company's ArrowSphere platform

SAN FRANCISCO, March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- nScaled, developer of the industry-leading all-in-one disaster recovery, online backup and cloud storage solution for IT business continuity, today announced it has entered into an integration and distribution agreement with Arrow Electronics Inc., a global provider of products, services and solutions to industrial and commercial users of electronic components and enterprise computing solutions. The agreement allows Arrow's enterprise computing solutions segment (Arrow ECS) to market, sell and support nScaled's Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solution in its growing list of North American channel partners via integration into the ArrowSphere online marketplace.

Arrow will integrate nScaled's Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) into its ArrowSphere platform, allowing their partner community to configure, price and order the nScaled DRaaS solution. The nScaled DRaaS expertise and resources provided as part of the new relationship also provides increased flexibility for IT professionals who want to help their customers make the transition to the cloud.

The nScaled solution supports organizations with extremely low tolerance for the unavailability of data and business-critical Windows and Linux systems.  For anytime-anywhere access and control, nScaled's Console puts easy-to-use, yet sophisticated, enterprise-class IT business continuity capabilities within reach of medium businesses.  The solution delivers the scalability and security of a private cloud plus the lower cost, simplified management and increased flexibility of public clouds.

"We believe that nScaled's Cloud DR service provides a level of service that is unmatched in the industry," said Jim Livingston, vice president of North American services for Arrow's ECS segment. "The combination of speed, operations simplicity, performance guarantees and professional support at for a mid-market cloud DR solution are unprecedented."

In offering nScaled's business continuity services on the ArrowSphere cloud marketplace platform, solution providers are now able to provide comprehensive disaster solutions across multiple platforms, quickly and with precise control, without startup costs.

"At the start of 2014 we were proud to be recognized as a Disaster Recovery as a Service Leader in a published study by Forrester Research.  Our partnership with Arrow will enable nScaled to distribute our DRaaS cloud solution to even more businesses through a broader community of partners," said Mark Jameson, Vice President of Sales. "With Arrow, and technology relationships like our NetApp Service Provider partnership, we are able to bring cloud based IT protection to mid-market businesses who need to make sure that their business stays in business."

About nScaled
For the critical IT infrastructures of companies who need to keep disaster recoveries from becoming a disaster, nScaled provides a smart, integrated and cost-effective service that helps ensure business continuity. Clients choose nScaled technology because unlike traditional backup and other cloud failover vendors, it automates disaster recovery of entire data centers and testing, applies industry-leading security and improves both local and remote backup functionality. nScaled is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in London, and partnered with ArrowSphere, NetApp, FalconStor, VMware and more. For more information please visit http://www.nscaled.com or write to [email protected]. Follow @nScaled on Twitter.

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