(Cincinnati, OH) October 18th, 2016 – RoundTower announced that it has completed the Mobility Management portion of the VMware competency matrix.
“Being totally qualified in every category of VMware’s portfolio puts us in a pretty rare space,” says Earl Gay, RoundTower’s Practice Manager for End User Computing (EUC). “It means that we are able to architect, integrate, and enable our customers across every pillar of the VMware structure. This means our customers have a single partner to power any of VMware’s solutions.”
- Server Virtualization
- Business Continuity
- Cloud Provider
- Desktop Virtualization
- Hybrid Cloud
- Management Automation
- Management Operations
- Network Virtualization
- Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC)
- Software Defined Storage
Having proven competency in all aspects of VMware planning and implementation, RoundTower is only one of two partners in the US that have attained this status. There are only two other companies that have even come close. This level of expertise allows RoundTower to provide guidance and service around VMware in every conceivable use-case, including those that involve multiple and varied applications of the product. RoundTower intends to continue using its broad knowledge in virtual machine technology to provide value to customers and help them achieve their business goals.
“Completing this last competency is a mile-marker because it rounds out our capabilities and enables us to meet the changing needs of the user workspace,” Gay adds. “As desktop and mobile platforms converge, it is increasingly important to be able to fully leverage VMware's portfolio across Mobility, Desktop Virtualization, and Desktop as a Service. Combining a focus on EUC with the strength of VMware's SDDC (powered by solutions like VSAN and NSX) enables us to help your organization deliver a powerful, productive digital workspace. The vision of consumer simplicity with enterprise security is powered by the depth and breadth of VMware’s solutions, which requires a partner capable of supporting them all.”