Success for Nocom’s new subsidiary − Fort Knox selects Northern’s solution for Storage Resource Management (SRM)
Northern Parklife, which was recently acquired by the Attract 40-listed Nocom in Sweden, has signed a major contract with the U.S. Army Accessions Command at Fort Knox. This strategically important contract covers the purchase of multiple licenses for immediate deployment of Northern Storage Suite for efficient and secure management of enterprise storage resources. Northern’s software is globally acknowledged and established, above all in the U.S.A. Over half of the Global Fortune 100 companies have chosen software from Northern for their enterprise storage solutions. Northern has been honored with a number of international awards, which is a validation of the company’s clear technological lead in the market. ”The contract is further evidence of our strong position in both the North American market and in the important public sector,” says Thomas Vernersson, President of Northern Parklife. ”Fort Knox is virtually synonymous with security, and we are pleased to have met the U.S. Army Accessions Command’s singularly high standards of reliability, performance and ease of use.” Accelerating growth in information volumes is placing increasingly heavy demands on efficient and secure capacity management in companies and organizations. Northern’s software products effectively meet enterprise needs and provide automated management of total storage resources. The comprehensive Northern Storage Suite helps companies to optimize their storage resource management and reduce storage costs. Customers who have standardized on solutions from Northern include world-leaders like Microsoft, Shell, Nokia, Eastman Kodak and Citibank.