FEATURED MANUFACTURER PARTNERS
Our strong relationships with leading technology manufacturers allow us to offer our government and corporate clients a wide array of technology solutions and purchasing options.
HP is a recognized leader in technology. After splitting from HP Enterprise, they are now completely focused on providing a superior client experience. They design and manufacture a broad portfolio of personal systems, printers, scanners, software, and IT infrastructure.
Desktops and Workstations: Developed for maximum productivity and manageability, HP’s desktops are designed to be flexible to meet a wide range of user requirements. Their workstations are built for raw power.
Notebooks and Tablets: These high performance, next-generation processing performance devices are powered by the latest Intel processors. HP delivers high-quality mobile devices to run the latest operating systems and software.
Retail Point of Sale Systems: HP’s POS systems allow for businesses to focus on what matters: the customer. Designed to enable a superior customer experience to help build brand loyalty.
Printers, Scanners, and Supplies: We offer solutions that range from personal devices to high-volume workgroup products, including industry-leading printing and scanning devices.
HP Enterprise is focused on accelerating what’s next. They deliver a comprehensive portfolio of products and services. They focus on delivering their clients value from the data center to the cloud. HP Enterprise helps make IT more efficient, more productive, and more secure.
Servers: HP Enterprise offers a wide range of servers for customers of all sizes. They design systems for any environment and application with solutions designed specifically for the cloud, IoT, and mission-critical applications.
Storage: HP Enterprise has storage solutions for all requirements. They have solutions designed to scale at the speed of business, maximize storage investment, and enable new ways of delivering IT, including cloud and IT-as-a-Service.
Networking: HP Enterprise has developed a complete line of networking products designed for mobile-first, cloud-first business applications.
Software: HP Enterprise has transformed into an enterprise software giant. They offer a wide range of solutions, including big data analytics, operations and IT management, and infrastructure automation and management.
IBM’s focus is on delivering solutions to build a smarter planet. They are redefining analytics and cognitive learning with IBM Watson, which is deeply impacting on all industries, including healthcare, retail, and manufacturing. IBM also has a broad portfolio of servers, storage, software, and cloud solutions.
IBM Power Systems: The only servers designed from the ground up for handling today’s data challenges. The POWER8 processor has 4x the processing power alongside 4x the bandwidth compared to commodity x86 servers.
IBM Storage Systems: IBM’s portfolio of storage systems transform how companies treat data. They range from all flash, high performance arrays to storage virtualization that places an organization’s data systems behind a single pane of glass.
IBM Cloud: IBM makes the cloud work for business. They offer full infrastructure-as-a-service with SoftLayer along with flexible DevOps solutions with Bluemix. Meadowgate can help every organization leverage the IBM Cloud.
Dell has developed and acquired the broadest line of technology products in the world. In 2015 Dell added to their portfolio with the acquisition of EMC and VMware. They offer solutions from the desktop to the data center for organizations of all sizes.
Servers: Dell delivers a wide range of servers built for any kind of workload. They provide powerful and affordable workhorses that emphasize scalability and reliability.
Storage: Dell solutions include network attached storage (NAS), direct attached storage (DAS), storage area networks (SAN), and backup systems. They also enable software-defined storage that allows their customers to virtualize their storage environments.
Workstations: Dell has the number one workstation in North America according to IDC. They provide stunning power for the most demanding applications today. Dell Precision Workstations are available in mobile, tower, and rackmount configurations.
Desktops, Laptops, and Tablets: Dell’s end user devices are built on the latest Intel and AMD processors that run Windows 7, 8.1, and 10. They are extremely flexible and customizable to meet the needs of all users.
Dell also offers a full line of software, networking solutions, thin clients, monitors, printers, and accessories.
VMware is the global leader in cloud infrastructure and mobility. They pioneered server virtualization and have extended those capabilities to the entire data center. They empower organizations to deliver IT-as-a-service. With VMware technology their clients can provide private cloud solutions while leveraging public cloud solutions.
Data Center Virtualization and Cloud Infrastructure: Clients can go beyond server virtualization and transform their data center into a private cloud environment. VMware offers a full line of cloud orchestration and automation solutions.
Network and Security: VMware takes a policy-driven approach to attach network and security services directly to virtual machines. They allow you to treat your physical network as a pool of data transport capacity.
Storage Virtualization: VMware provides storage with the same benefits of server virtualization. Organizations can take multiple storage vendor solutions and combine them into a single unit with one management tool.
Desktop and Application Virtualization: Virtualization simplifies desktop management and support. Windows desktops and applications can be delivered directly to clients on just about any device.
VMware also offers enterprise mobility management and endpoint security solutions.
Oracle has over 420,000 customers from every industry in more than 145 countries. Their client list includes all 100 of the Fortune 100. Oracle began in 1977 as a database company and has grown to be the #1 enterprise database in the world. They have added a comprehensive portfolio of cloud applications, platform services, and engineered systems.
Oracle Database: Oracle databases are designed to lower IT costs and deliver a higher quality of service. In addition to their enterprise product, they also offer Oracle Database In-Memory, Oracle Multitenant, Real Application Clusters, open source MySQL, and Oracle NoSQL Database.
Oracle Cloud Solutions: Oracle offers a broad and integrated approach to cloud. They provide a best-in-class services, including software-as-a-service (SaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS), and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). Oracle Cloud can improve agility, lower costs, and reduce IT complexity.
Oracle Applications: Oracle has a diverse portfolio of enterprise software designed to help organizations run better. They include Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Oracle Human Capital Management, Oracle Customer Experience, Oracle Supply Chain Management, and Oracle Enterprise Performance Management.
Business Analytics: Oracle is the #1 database in the world. They also help organizations make sense of their data to make quicker, more informed decisions. Oracle Data Visualization helps companies see what is happening inside their business.
Servers and Storage: Oracle offers engineered systems that are optimized for a variety of applications. They couple those systems with enterprise-class storage and storage management. Oracle databases run better on Oracle servers.
Mellanox Technologies is a leading supplier of end-to-end Ethernet and InfiniBand intelligent interconnect solutions and services for servers, storage, and hyper-converged infrastructure. Mellanox intelligent interconnect solutions increase data center efficiency by providing the highest throughput and lowest latency, delivering data faster to applications and unlocking system performance.
Mellanox offers a choice of high performance solutions, including network and multicore processors, network adapters, switches, cables, software, and silicon. These solutions accelerate application runtime and maximize business results for a wide range of markets, such as high-performance computing, enterprise data centers, Web 2.0, cloud, storage, network security, telecom, and financial services.
The demand for more computing power, efficiency, and scalability is constantly accelerating in the HPC, enterprise, cloud computing, and Web 2.0 markets. To address these demands, Mellanox provides complete end-to-end solutions (silicon, adapter cards, switch systems, cables, and software) supporting InfiniBand and Ethernet networking technologies.
Products: Adapters, Switches, Interconnect, Software, NPU, and Multicore
Solutions: HPC, Data Center, Web 2.0, Big Data, Cloud, Storage, FSI, Federal, Embedded
Founded in 1998, Penguin Computing has become a leader in open, Linux-based high-performance computing (HPC) and cloud solutions. Penguin Computing has a comprehensive portfolio of products that include Linux servers and workstations, HPC clusters, and cluster management software. Their solutions are built-to-order for enterprises and government agencies.
Integrated Rack Solutions: Penguin Computing integrated rack solutions are custom built for heavy workload efficiency. Their HPC solutions are fully integrated, optimized, and tested. They are based on open technologies and principals to deliver standout energy efficiency, flexibility, computing density, and manageability.
Rackmount Servers: Penguin Computing offers a complete line of high-performing, efficient rackmount servers that run on the latest Intel and AMD processors. They provide out-of-the-box Linux support with no installation or license charges.
Linux Workstations: Penguin Computing creates dream machines for Linux power users. They are built from the ground up to deliver unmatched performance with huge amounts of memory, impressive processing power, enhanced graphics, and server-grade storage options.
Penguin Computing also offers a full line of network switches, enterprise software, and HPC management software.
NVIDIA is the world leader in visual computing. For more than two decades, NVIDIA has pioneered visual computing, the art and science of computer graphics. With their singular focus on visual computing, they offer specialized platforms for the professional visualization, data center, gaming, and automotive markets.
NVIDIA is powering some of the most meaningful mega-trends in technology today: virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and the autonomous car. They are the inventors of the graphics processing unit (GPU). GPU’s are instrumental in delivering the processing power necessary for these new technologies.
SanDisk – Fusion
SanDisk is a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company. They are a global leader in flash storage technology. They provide high-quality solutions that range from the largest data centers to the drives that embedded in today’s smart phones, tablets, and PCs. SanDisk solid state drives (SSD) provide outstanding performance, capacity, and reliability. They are also very energy efficient.
Data Center Solutions: In 2014 SanDisk acquired Fusion I/O, a leader in application acceleration. Now, SanDisk offers a complete line of enterprise-class data center solutions.
Personal Computer Solutions: SanDisk SSDs improve reliability, responsiveness, and extend the life of personal computers. IT departments can improve their end user’s computing experience by upgrading to SanDisk SSDs.
EMC, a Dell subsidiary, is a global leader in storage and big data solutions. They allow organizations to do more with their data. EMC provides technology that can modernize the data center, utilize enterprise-class hybrid clouds, and perform big data analytics. They provide solutions for converged infrastructure, data protection, security, and content management.
Flash Storage: Organizations continue to collect more and more data. They require high-performance storage to process and analyze that data. Flash delivers that performance. The disruption is over. Flash is quickly becoming the new normal in the data center.
Converged Infrastructure: EMC’s converged infrastructure solutions simplify IT. Converged infrastructure provides pre-integrated, validated, and workload-optimized technology that integrates server, storage, networking, and management. IT can focus on the business instead of infrastructure integration.
Data Protection: EMC’s data protection solutions are scalable, reliable, and cloud-enabled. They are flexible to meet any service level regardless of the data consumption model – on-premises or in the cloud.
For over 50 years, Plantronics has been on the forefront of audio innovation; always driven by a single obsession: to remove the barriers to simple, clear communication. In 1969 the company helped make history when the first words spoken from the moon were transmitted over a Plantronics headset. Since then, Plantronics has helped advance communications technologies with its work on the lightweight headset, the mobile headset, noise-cancelling technology, the personal speakerphone, sensor-enabled devices, and WindSmart technology.
Plantronics offers one of the industry’s most complete families of corded and wireless products for unified communications. Widely recognized for their sound quality, reliability and comfort, Plantronics’ audio solutions help companies extend the benefits of IP communications throughout the extended enterprise, fostering better business communication and efficiency regardless of where professionals are working.
Plantronics has active and collaborative partnerships with the leading UC providers for enterprise, including Avaya, Cisco, IBM and Microsoft, as well as consumer VoIP providers to ensure seamless interoperability with our product portfolio.