Komodo Selects Peak to Power Cloud Services Platform

Komodo Selects Peak to Power Cloud Services Platform

By Ed Silverstein

Peak, an enterprise, Infrastructure-as-a –Service cloud-provider, was selected by Komodo Cloud to power a platform.

Komodo Cloud – which provides services, IT consulting and varied solutions – also makes businesses more agile.

“By utilizing Peak’s cloud as the foundation for its applications and managed services, Komodo effectively helps their customers realize the value they seek,” according to a joint statement from the companies.

"Komodo identifies the best tools and forges the most optimal partnerships so we can be extremely flexible and deliver what customers want," Eric Hughes, CEO of Komodo Cloud, added in a statement. "That's why Peak is a perfect partner for us – their approach is radically different from their competitors. With their expertise and patented private Layer 2 direct connectivity, we can move our clients to the cloud extremely fast. There is a transformation going on in the marketplace and using cloud, powered by Peak, allows us to adapt and move at the speed of business."

In addition, Dave Woodward, senior vice president of Sales for Peak, recalled, "We were first introduced to Komodo through one of our large distributors, Arrow Electronics."

Now, the company admires "Peak's 100% channel-centric model.” It “means we do whatever it takes to help every Peak partner succeed in the cloud business. Every partner receives comprehensive sales training, dedicated sales support, lead generation resources, and an array of marketing tools – positioning them for success," he added.

Peak provides three different levels of partnerships: white label, reseller and agent. “Peak is at the forefront of driving business and making things happen using not only technology but a very unique operations model,” John Austin, cloud services practice manager at Arrow, said. “Peak’s 100% channel model allows our resellers to deliver competitive cloud infrastructure designed to support enterprise IT customer needs.”

Peak’s cloud nodes are located in Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, London, New York, New Jersey, Santa Clara and Seattle. 

In addition, resellers and agents enter the cloud market under their own brand without capital expenditures – using a white-label Peak’s cloud service, according to a company statement.

Edited by Maurice Nagle
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