Facilis Partners With Titan For EMEA Distribution

Shared storage solutions supplier Facilis Technology is joining forces with Titan Data Solutions to distribute its products in EMEA.

Titan Data Solutions, established in 2018, is a data storage and cybersecurity solutions distributor located in London. It trades with over 400 resellers EMEA and is a Quantum LTO media distributor.

“The partnership between Facilis and Titan is an exceptional choice as we grow and expand our footprint in Europe,” says Shane Rodbourn, Facilis Chief Operating Officer. “We have a large customer base of media companies utilizing our storage solutions today, but Titan brings prodigious storage and industry expertise to help go to market successfully and support our customers.”

Titan can provide solutions covering a range of data management architectures, including deduplication, unified storage platforms, hybrid cloud storage, long-term archival storage and an array of data movers, both physical and virtual. Titan also provides solutions and packaged services to counter modern cyber threats, system failure and disaster.

“We rely upon our reseller channel to maintain the relationships we have with our European customers, and now we’re giving them a European resource that they can rely upon for support and sales assistance,” says Jim McKenna, CMO at Facilis. “Titan has the skills in media production and IT to bridge the gap between the old and the new, as we expand our product offerings and scale out our customers’ creative networks.”

“We're very happy to be working with Facilis Technology; Facilis is affordable shared storage, both easy to use and deploy,” says David Treadwell, Titan Solutions Director. “They have a strong brand already and a great presence in the M&E sector. Titan can really help to raise that awareness further in the UK and Europe, both by increasing customer breadth as well as providing local technical expertise.”

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