Annual list recognizes technology vendors that power, support and protect today’s data centers through channel partners

Sunnyvale, Calif. – February 9, 2015 Maxta®, a leading provider of hyper-converged solutions, today announced that it has been recognized in The Channel Company’s annual CRN Data Center 100 list, featuring technology vendors whose solutions are vital to today’s data centers. Selected by the CRN editorial staff after months of indepth research and nominations from solution providers, each vendor on the Data Center 100 list is selected for providing channel partners with an opportunity to grow their business by offering cuttingedge products and services to their customers.

The companies included in CRN’s Data Center 100 list were chosen based on a variety of criteria, including the types of technology and services they make available to partners, as well as their overall impact on the market and the channel. This year’s list honors vendors in five data center technology categories: Infrastructure Providers, Tool Providers, Virtualization Vendors, Service Providers, and Designers and Builders.

Maxta is a market leader in hyper-convergence – a fast growing segment – that eliminates the need for storage arrays in modern data centers and improves IT simplicity, agility, availability, scalability and cost. Maxta MaxDeploy™ Reference Architectures and MxSP™ software solutions enable partners to deliver hyper-converged IT leveraging standard servers and server-side storage with a complete suite of data services and data management to enable high availability, data availability and data protection. 

“The Data Center 100 list focuses on the contributions of those vendors whose technologies enable the channel partner community to strategically and profitably drive greater innovation, efficiency and productivity in the data center,” said Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company. “At the helm of these leading-edge companies are forward-thinking executives who are envisioning and architecting the data centers of tomorrow. We applaud their accomplishments and anticipate their continued contributions to our dynamic industry.”

“This is an acknowledgement not only of Maxta but of the evolution of data centers to increasingly open, heterogeneous, vendor-agnostic, hyper-converged infrastructures,” said Yoram Novick, founder, President and CEO, Maxta. “We aim to help our channel partners thrive by offering their clients MaxDeploy solutions that provide the flexibility to hyper-converge on any server, any hypervisor, and any storage to build an easily maintained, scalable, and cost-effective data center.”

 Coverage of the Data Center 100 will be featured in the February 2015 issue of CRN and online at

About Maxta

Maxta maximizes the promise of hyper-convergence. MaxDeploy Reference Architectures and MxSP software solutions provide companies the choice to hyper-converge on any x86 server, the ability to run on any compute abstraction layer, and the flexibility to support any combination of storage devices eliminating the need for complex and expensive storage arrays.  The simplicity of Maxta’s VM-centric solutions reduce IT management and lowers cost, all while delivering hyper-scale, enterprise-level data services and capacity optimization. With Maxta, service providers and enterprise customers can build private and public clouds based on any cloud orchestration software. Think outside the storage box. For more information, visit 

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The Channel Company, with established brands including CRN, XChange Events, IPED and SharedVue, is the channel community’s trusted authority for growth and innovation. For more than three decades, we have leveraged our proven and leading-edge platforms to deliver prescriptive sales and marketing solutions to the technology channel. The Channel Company provides Communication, Recruitment, Engagement, Enablement, Demand Generation and Intelligence services to drive technology partnerships. Learn more at



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