VMware Adds Pluribus Networks to TAP Program
VMware (VMW) has added Pluribus Networks to its Technology Alliance Partner program, delivering cloud and network virtualization solutions for VMware customers.
“The software-defined data center is becoming reality,” said Robert Drost, co-founder and chief operating officer of Pluribus Networks, in a statement. “Pluribus Networks delivers one of the essential pillars required to form a high-value, responsive virtual infrastructure for business. Joining the VMware TAP program enables Pluribus Networks to demonstrate the importance of agility at the foundational network level, which ultimately creates more business value for its users.”
Pluribus’ solutions will be added to the VMware Solution Exchange so customers know the company’s solutions are compatible with their VMware virtual solutions. The TAP program also aims to provide customers with a diverse set of partners to fit their individual business needs, according to the announcement.
“We welcome Pluribus Networks as a valued member of the VMware TAP program,” said Howard Hall, senior director of Global Alliances at VMware. “This membership means customers can take full advantage of a streamlined virtualization and cloud infrastructure experience.”
Pluribus is the latest company to join VMware’s TAP program, following the induction of CENX to the program last month.