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ViaWest Announces CarrierSales as Utah Strategic Channel Partner

SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (Marketwire) -- 11/28/12 -- ViaWest

  • Based in Salt Lake City, new channel partner CarrierSales leverages ViaWest's full portfolio to craft strong technology solutions for clients
  • Combined commitment from ViaWest and CarrierSales to service excellence and innovative solutions offers customers a winning combination
  • ViaWest's Channel Program delivers competitive compensation and comprehensive resources to partners

ViaWest, one of the largest privately held data center, cloud computing and managed service providers in North America, today announces a strategic channel partnership with CarrierSales. Located in Draper, Utah, and focused on selling the highest-quality data, voice, hosting and cloud services, CarrierSales now offers ViaWest's full suite of products and services to its customers.

ViaWest sought a business partner to complement its advanced service offering and recognized CarrierSales' strong portfolio of products and services and its commitment to customer service. ViaWest selected the master agent to implement a joint go-to-market strategy that will drive increased revenue streams for both companies.

CarrierSales will offer ViaWest's colocation, dedicated hosting, managed services, and cloud computing solutions portfolio, which includes ViaWest's KINECTed Cloud™ and KINECTED Storage® offerings. The relationship has already produced several joint customers.

"We are pleased to identify a partner that so closely reflects our core values and our strong customer focus," states Daren Castain, ViaWest Utah Regional Vice President and General Manager. "Our 24 data centers provide a solid technology platform for CarrierSales' customers in Utah and also for those across the United States who require redundant and geographically diverse sites."

"Data is the lifeline of most businesses today, and our companies have a shared commitment to ensure our combined service offering is one that drives huge value to our customers," explains Richard Murray, President at CarrierSales. "Our nationwide team of agents has a wide reach, while ViaWest's colocation, managed services and cloud platform are second-to-none. Together, we provide an incredibly strong offering to companies that require a comprehensive solution."

With competitive compensation, comprehensive training and resources, ViaWest's Channel Program allows resellers, system integrators and channel partners to expand their product sets and tailor solutions for their clients.

For more information on ViaWest, please visit www.viawest.com.

About ViaWest
ViaWest is one of the largest privately held data center service providers in North America. They provide colocation, complex hosting, cloud and managed services to businesses of all sizes nationwide. ViaWest owns and operates 24 enterprise-class data center facilities in Colorado, Texas, Oregon, Utah, and Nevada, delivering high-quality, flexible solutions designed to support customers' unique business needs. For additional information on ViaWest, please visit www.viawest.com or call 1-877-448-9378. Follow ViaWest on LinkedIn, Twitter or visit their YouTube channel.

About CarrierSales
CarrierSales was founded in 1992, and is now one of the most successful telecom agencies in the nation. They manage the networks and service needs of customers from the largest telecom users down to small businesses around the nation. A proud member of the Agent Alliance, CarrierSales' strong base of customers and high productivity levels with top-tier telecom companies allows them to offer unparalleled back office support to customers and very aggressive commissions to its base of sub-agents. For additional information on CarrierSales, please visit www.carriersales.com, call 1-800-288-4537, or follow on Twitter.

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