DLT, NetApp Unveil Cloud Storage Suite for Govt Market; Rick Marcotte, Mark Weber Comment

data ServersDLT Solutions and NetApp have teamed up to provide cloud-based storage tools and services to federal, state and local government customers.

The storage-as-a-service portfolio is comprised of enterprise software and hardware offerings that work to help public sector organizations store, manage and secure big data, DLT said Tuesday.

Rick Marcotte, DLT president and CEO, said the companies have created payment options for agencies seeking to acquire storage technology purchases.

“Given the fiscal constraints, we are ready to deliver a solution that fits our customers’ needs,” said Mark Weber, NetApp U.S. public sector president.

DLT offers government clients round-the-clock technical support as well as licensing, consulting, assessment, installation and managed services.

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