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Mid-Atlantic Distributes Attune

Mid-Atlantic Computers Inc. to distribute file virtualization solutions from Attune Systems

PHOENIXVILLE, Pa. -- Mid-Atlantic Computers, Inc. today announced that it has signed an agreement with Attune Systems, Inc., a provider of enterprise-class file virtualization solutions. Responding to the increasing end-user demand for cost-effective file virtualization solutions, Mid-Atlantic is now bringing the Attune Maestro File Manager to its customer base.

“Our customers are always looking to us for solutions that will solve their growing storage needs,” said Robert Schneeweis, senior technology consultant from Mid-Atlantic Computers. “We are excited about the recent agreement with Attune Systems, and look forward to implementing their file virtualization solution in our customers’ heterogeneous environments. Being able to leverage NAS devices and existing file servers that were considered ‘outdated’ is a major challenge for our customers, and, with Attune’s Maestro File Manager, we are now able to provide an answer. With the use of the reporting tools offered by Maestro, we can better support our customers’ multi-vendor environments and optimize their resources while maximizing their investments.”

“We welcome Mid-Atlantic Computers to our nationwide network of partners,” said Carolyn Hyde, Attune’s vice president of sales. “We are pleased to have a leading technology provider in the tri-state region join our partner program in its efforts to help customers solve their critical business issues with leading-edge file virtualization solutions.”

Mid-Atlantic Computers Inc.

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