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TBI Adds 10 New Vendors in Q1

The solutions delivery provider signs new vendors and further expands its cloud, international, and SD-WAN offerings 

Chicago, IL – April 13, 2017 –TBI, the white-glove solutions delivery provider, has further positioned itself at the forefront of the IT landscape through new strategic partnerships solidified in the first quarter of the year. Working with these several best-of-breed vendors not only presents partners with a new set of solutions, but also offers additional resources for end-user engagement. TBI’s solution engineers are accessible to help all selling partners confidently position, design and implement the new portfolio additions.

“We consistently look to provide the right options for our selling partners to go to market with,” said TBI’s Vice President of Enterprise Sales and IT, Jeff Newton. “These vendors are in our portfolio for a reason. Our vetting process is thorough; we aim to provide our partners with the best of breed solutions that are committed to the channel with sales and technical resources. We are lucky to be in a unique position where channel is an important focus for top vendors and the TBI agent base is an important contributor to their future success.”

 

TBI solidifies its SD-WAN leadership with additional over-the-top and network-backed providers.

 

large_Ecessa-logo-1.png   Leading over-the-top SD-WAN provider with a proprietary platform, Ecessa enables users to seamlessly connect global locations to internet and cloud-based resources. Available in a variety of feature sets and price points, they deliver an optimal and cost-effective SD-WAN solution to customers.

 

CG_SolidDot.jpg   Their ION SD-WAN product family eliminates complex routing protocols and hardware routers, allowing customers to directly set up business rules and app SLAs. CloudGenix stores network and app flows in a centralized database to provide end-users with access to native, actionable application insights.

 

Aryaka-Logo_Teal.jpg   The cloud-based SD-WAN provider boasts a global private network built on connectivity acquired from Tier 1 and Tier 2 service providers. They have POPs on all six continents that have been strategically located to provide customers with greater access to SaaS apps and data centers.

 

Bigleaf Logo Large.jpg   An over-the-top SD-WAN provider that offers same IP address failover, intelligent load balancing, dynamic QoS, and plug-and-play provisioning. BigLeaf drops in between existing firewall and ISP connections so customers can keep their preferred security environment.

 

TBI continues to coalesce cloud and channel.

Evolve-IP-logo.png   The Gartner-recognized cloud services company specializes in the migration of legacy IT systems to the cloud, either gradually or all at once. They have deep expertise in DRaaS, virtualized servers, Desktop-as-a-service, and UCaaS solutions.

 

Megaport-Logo-RGB-Landscape.png   A premier cloud-enablement SDN provider with far reach into domestic and international data centers. They provide dynamic and need-based access to major cloud platforms.

 

CT-Standard-Logo.png   A dynamic enterprise communication solutions provider with Contact Center and video conferencing offerings. One of the only organizations that can deliver a voice-enabled Microsoft Skype for Business solution and a full UC solution powered by Cisco.

 

TBI broadens its coverage and partners with the best in International.

 

telstra logo.png   A global Tier-1 network provider focused in Asia/Pac, Telstra owns their own fiber network in China, provides low-latency routes to Europe and North America, and boasts the largest sub-sea cable network in Asia/PAC.

tata-communications_logo-560x390-038118-edited-071347-edited.jpg   The global Tier-1 network provider has extensive coverage of India, Africa, and Asia/Pac, in addition to an extensive international voice communications, SD-WAN, security, and cloud services portfolio.

 

colt_logo_new-488082-edited.jpg   The global network services provider offers high-bandwidth services across Europe, Asia, and North America. They enable digital transformation through a cloud-integrated network and connect over 700 data centers across the globe, with over 24,500 on-net buildings. They provide local value in Europe.  

TBI kicked the year off with new vendors, new marketing and training programs. Further additions are in the works and will be announced later in the year.

 

About TBI

TBI is the nation’s leading third-party technology distributor. Since 1991, it has assisted Systems Integrators, VARs, MSPs, IT consultants and more in advising and sourcing the right technology solutions. TBI serves as a partner’s advocate, ensuring the proper provisioning of cloud, Internet, data, mobility, voice, and managed services from best-in-class service providers to achieve clients’ desired business outcomes. Through training and marketing programs focused on the benefits of technology to the business, TBI empowers its partners to be the foremost authority to advise and source all of their clients’ technology needs. With the largest back-office in the industry, TBI partners are fully supported by certified solutions engineers, pre- and post-sales operations, and project managers. For more information, visit www.tbicom.com.