Arcserve Partners with Wasabi through Climb Channel Solutions

Arcserve, a provider of backup, recovery and immutable storage solutions for unified data resilience against ransomware and disasters, is partnering with Wasabi Technologies to introduce an integrated total unified data solution package.

Exclusively available through Climb Distribution, the offering combines Arcserve’s robust Unified Data Protection UDP 9.0 and above with Wasabi’s immutable cloud storage, ensuring a fortified defense against data loss and ransomware threats.

It enables channel partners to meet the diverse needs of small and mid-sized businesses seeking comprehensive data protection and seamless cloud storage with the lowest total cost of ownership.

Arcserve’s strategic collaboration with Wasabi addresses an industry need, uniting a data protection solution with cost-effective, high-performance cloud storage. By offering a stackable Arcserve discount in addition to resellers’ regular discounts, the bundle brings value to channel partners.

Key benefits include:

  • Enhanced Performance and Economic Efficiency – Harnessing the robust data deduplication capabilities of Arcserve UDP, coupled with the high-performance and cost-effective storage solution from Wasabi, resulting in potential savings of up to 80 percent compared to AWS S3.
  • Complete Data Protection with Offsite Immutable Cloud Storage – Safeguarding mission-critical data across diverse workloads, with an immutable replica securely stored in the Wasabi cloud, ensuring data integrity and resilience against potential threats.
  • Anomaly Detection with Sophos Intercept-X Server – The bundled solution incorporates built-in anomaly detection powered by Sophos Intercept-X Server, proactively thwarting ransomware attacks by identifying potential threats before they compromise backups.

The collaboration between Arcserve and Wasabi sets standards for efficiency, reliability, and affordability, and the bundle is available immediately through Climb.

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