CRN Names Arcserve to 2022 Storage 100 List

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minnesota–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Arcserve, the world’s most experienced ransomware protection and data resiliency platform provider, is pleased to announce that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, named Arcserve to its annual Storage 100 list in the Data Protection category. The Storage 100 recognizes top storage vendors that bring innovative products and services to the IT channel.

CRN’s Storage 100 list is selected by a panel of CRN editors and recognizes vendors of software-defined storage, data protection, data management, and storage components. This year’s list represents industry leaders in storage technology that can be used for traditional on-premises or cloud deployments.

Recognized vendors on the 2022 Storage 100 list were selected for their demonstrated commitment to developing industry-leading technology and building strategic partnerships. The list acts as a resource for IT channel solution providers looking for vendors with industry-leading offerings to form the foundation for industry-leading solutions.

From plug-and-play backup appliances that protect data in simpler environments, to all-in-one appliances with built-in cybersecurity, immutable storage, and hyper-scalability for the enterprise, Arcserve provides solution providers with the broadest portfolio of data protection and storage solutions under one roof. This means Arcserve partners can rely on a single vendor for data resiliency across a single, agile ecosystem that manages data workloads across all environments, and protects and recovers data in the event of a cyber threat. human error and natural disaster.

With solutions, services and support from a single vendor, channel partners benefit from a streamlined sales process. The broad portfolio also provides diversification, which helps channel partners grow their addressable market, increase revenue growth and create margin opportunities.

Supporting quotes

Blaine Raddon, CEO, The Channel Company

“CRN’s Storage 100 list celebrates vendors who bring innovative technology to the IT channel at a time when the importance and prevalence of data has never been greater, regardless of business size. We are honored to recognize their contributions as the key players in storage technology for 2022.”

Florian Malecki, EVP Marketing, Arcserve

“We are honored to be recognized on CRN’s Storage 100 list. CRN’s inclusion of Arcserve in its annual list is confirmation that we are leaders in storage technology, delivering innovative, best-in-class solutions to manage, protect and recover data workloads, both on-premises and in the cloud. Arcserve’s portfolio addresses all use cases and business continuity challenges for every organization, from the smallest business to the global enterprise. Arcserve data protection and storage solutions reduce complexity while being cost-effective, agile, and massively scalable.

The CRN Storage 100 list will be featured in the April 2022 issue of CRN Magazine and online at

About Arcserve

Arcserve, a Global Top 5 Data Protection Provider and Unified Data Resilience Platform Provider, offers the broadest range of industry-leading solutions to manage, protect and recover all data workloads, from the SME to the enterprise and regardless of location or complexity. Arcserve solutions eliminate complexity while delivering best-in-class, cost-effective, agile, and massively scalable data protection and certainty in any data environment. This includes on-premises, off-premises (including DRaaS, BaaS, and Cloud-to-Cloud), hyperconverged, and edge infrastructure. The company’s nearly three decades of award-winning IP, along with a continuous focus on innovation, means partners and customers, including MSPs, VARs, LARs and end users, are assured the fastest path to next-generation workloads and data infrastructures. A 100% channel-centric organization, Arcserve operates in more than 150 countries, with 19,000 channel partners helping to protect the critical data assets of 235,000 customers. Explore more at and follow @Arcserve on Twitter.

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