CIQ officially launches its new partner program

CIQ, which focuses on software infrastructure for enterprises running data-intensive workloads atop the Rocky Linux enterprise Linux distribution, yesterday launched its CIQ Partner Program.

The launch, it said, “reinforces CIQ’s partner-first channel strategy as the company aims to deliver its suite of (offerings) and services to organizations worldwide that desire stability, seamless compatibility and cost-effectiveness for their IT infrastructure and high-performance computing needs.”

The program, it added, is aimed at resellers and system integrators (SIs) selling to enterprises and government organizations that are deploying and managing infrastructure at scale, data-intensive workloads for product development, scientific research, modeling, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI).

“Collaborations fuel ecosystems, and such ecosystems drive evolution,” said Arthur Tyde, senior vice president of business development at CIQ. “With our newly launched program, we provide an avenue for our partners specializing in cloud, integration and channel services to deliver robust, secure and adaptable enterprise solutions to their customers. We want all of our partners to be in the Linux distribution business.”

Benefits of the partner program, the firm said, include deal registration, sales team training, partner directory listing, lead sharing and CIQ joint solution briefs.

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