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How Infrastructure Providers are Helping Cloud Operators Grow with Confidence

Nov 2022
Cloud Infrastructure

In a world that’s always on and always changing, designing and deploying a best-in-class cloud architecture that supports the distribution of compute, network, and storage as cloud services across wide geographies is no easy task. As a result, cloud operators are looking for infrastructure solutions that are designed to maximize performance, streamline management, and minimize downtime.

But in reality, it’s the infrastructure partners who are also committed to innovation, can guarantee continuity of supply, and have the ability to solve problems and deliver solutions whenever and wherever they are needed who can give cloud operators a competitive edge. At Panduit, we’re laser-focused on creating safe, reliable, and efficient infrastructure solutions that both connect the world and enable cloud operators to build their business with confidence.

Following are three ways we’re helping cloud operators succeed:

  1. A long-standing commitment to innovation.

At Panduit, innovation is in our DNA. We have a rich history of technical advances realized through our engineering expertise, and all Panduit infrastructure solutions are standards-based and backed by industry-leading warranties to ensure reliability and dependability. We also have a deep understanding of market needs and challenges developed through ongoing customer engagement and collaboration.

The world-class Panduit Innovation Center houses research, design, analysis, prototyping, testing, and manufacturing capabilities that lead to smarter solutions such as the SmartZone™ Intelligent Infrastructure solutions that deliver cloud services providers maximum agility and flexibility with their physical network infrastructure in order to stay ahead of future demands and continue to scale appropriately.

  1. High-quality, highly available solutions.

Panduit’s vertical supply chain integration strategy is designed to mitigate risk at every stage of the process in order to ensure continuity. From vendors who provide the right amount of hard-to-source materials when and where we need them; to qualify controlled manufacturing process and sophisticated testing equipment in all of factories; to reliable transportation carriers that pick up and deliver on time, every time; all processes are tightly synchronized for 100% customer satisfaction and maximum control.

  1. Global reach supported by a worldwide partner ecosystem.

Panduit operates globally and executes locally. We have 62 sales offices, 10 regional warehouses, and nine manufacturing locations throughout the world in place to help cloud operators expand their regional coverage. Additionally, we maintain long-term, strategic alliances with industry leaders like Cisco Systems to engineer joint solutions and ensure interoperability. We’ve also built partnerships with system integrators, installers, contractors, consultants, engineers, and architects that are certified by Panduit to design, develop and deploy high-performance solutions. And we rely on a carefully selected global network of distributors to bring our products to market.

To learn more how Panduit delivers a flexible physical infrastructure that is foundational to cloud services architecture, download and read our Distributed Cloud Infrastructure Insights eBook.


Mark Dehmlow

Mark Dehmlow is a Sr. Business Development manager with Panduit’s Data Center business. In this role, Mark is focused on Global Strategic Accounts, Enterprise on-premise and Edge applications for Data Center Infrastructure. Mark is closely following the evolution of distributed compute network architectures and the focus of organizations to leverage Hybrid IT models as a result. Mark has over 20 years of experience in the Telecommunications sector having served in various product management, product, segment and channel marketing roles in high tech manufacturing, with network operators and in technology distribution. Mark is particularly interested in assisting users of all types in the adoption of technology solutions to drive intended business outcomes for their organizations. Mark holds a BA in Business Management from Bethel University and an MBA in Int’l business from European University, Brussels, Belgium.