Imation Delivers Independent Storage Consulting and Testing Capabilities
Press release from the issuing company
PALM DESERT, CA (April 10, 2001) ˆ Today at Storage Networking World, Imation Corp. (NYSE: IMN), a worldwide leader in data storage and information management, highlighted consulting and testing engagements from the past year of operations for its Professional Services, Storage Consulting, and Storage Networking Lab. These engagements demonstrate how Imation is being recognized within the storage industry as the leading independent source for storage consulting and storage networking testing.
Last year, Imation launched its Professional Services, Storage Consulting, and opened the industry‚s first independent, fully equipped storage networking lab. In the past year, Imation has conducted numerous storage consulting engagements including assessments, design, and proof-of-concept testing for leading storage networking and software vendors such as CNT, SANavigator, Dell, Nishan Systems, and Shugart Technology. In addition, Imation has also conducted storage consulting and testing for end-users in the following industries: telecommunications, retail, advertising, hotel and hospitality, investment banking, automotive and aerospace, medical devices and newspaper publishing.
“In June of 2000 we launched Imation‚s Storage Networking Lab and Storage Consulting services to establish Imation as the industry‚s independent storage consulting expert,” said Steve Ladwig, senior vice president, Imation Corp., and president, Imation Data Storage and Information Management. “Since then, we have met and exceeded our goals, and are thrilled with the support we have received from the industry.”
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