Scale Computing, a vendor of hyperconverged solutions for midsized organisations, has announced its revenue growth of 86% and its number of customers has increased by 45% in Europe in the last year.
It has also doubled its number of channel partners in the past year alone. In the past two years, Scale Computing has averaged a quarter on quarter revenue growth of 45% globally, making Europe its fastest growing region outside of the US.
Scale Computing delivers a hyperconverged platform designed specifically for virtualisation, which breaks down the costly and complex IT infrastructure in SMEs. In the past year in Europe, Scale Computing added Safran Power UK, Breedon Agreegates, Stoke Park School, Weston Homes and Merida Bicycles to its client list.
Leonard Powers, IT and engineering infrastructure manager, Safran Power UK said: "Our existing infrastructure was ageing, and as we grew, the subsequent costs spiraled out of the control. Our business didn't know where we would be in a year's time let alone five years. We needed something expandable that wasn't prohibitively expensive. An integrated platform that was easy to use, scalable and highly available was what we needed, and Scale Computing's HC³ delivered it at an affordable cost."
Since the launch of HC³ a year ago, Scale Computing has been accelerating growth of its hyperconverged platform, designed specifically for virtualisation.
Patrick Conte, EVP and GM, worldwide field operations, Scale Computing comments on the IT resources offers to SMEs: "The major IT vendors have a broadly held assumption that small and medium firms have no options and must pay through the nose for features they don't need. As our growth has shown this simply isn't the case, in fact, SMEs have been ignored when it comes to obtaining the features they require without the expensive price tag. Today, SMEs are driving the economy and require highly available, scalable and flexible IT at a low price. HC³ delivers this and more."