Seagate Technology, one of the world’s largest VARs and the number one hard drive maker proclaimed on March 1 that it won the 2006 CRN Channel Champion award for its server-class disc drives. The CRN award winner is chosen from over 1,200 North American VARs and system integrators. Evaluators measure their overall assessments of 115 technology vendors in 26 different product and service areas.
The CRN Channel Champion award honors the California-based Seagate’s excellence in providing computer makers with the best disc drives that move, store and protect digital content on many different machines and under all circumstances.
VARs Seagate is the number one storage provider in the enterprise and server industry. Its products provide reliable solutions to many different enterprises. Its products include Cheetah 10K and 15K RPM models, the Savvio 2.5-inch small form factor drives and the NL35 Series drives for RAID applications. Seagate also offers server-class disc drives including Barracuda 7200.9, a range of 7200-RPM drives.
CRN promotes sales by giving VARs and technology integrators with news and technology information to help them grow and shape their revenue. VARs, solution providers, technology integrators and IT consultants have relied solely on CRN for the past 24 years to get the latest information about their field.
Seagate leads the field of design, manufacture and marketing of hard disc drives and provides many products for enterprise, desktop, mobile computing and consumer electronics. Its business model uses technology leadership and outstanding manufacturing to give innovative solutions to global customers while offering affordable prices in all markets.
Blogged By: Joshua Feinberg