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SEWP V

Contract Number: NNG15SC81B, Group C


Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) is a multiple-award Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) vehicle focused on IT products and associated services. As an OMB authorized GWAC, the SEWP V Contracts are utilized by all Federal Agencies. M2 Technology is part of Group C which will provide IT Products, Solutions and Support under their Small Business Contract. M2 Technology's solutions are specifically designed to comply with Government architecture and standards. Please browse our website for new and emerging technology and solutions.

 

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SEWP V, Group C Contacts:
Jay Hart – Central
830.624.0441
Jay.hart@m2ti.com

Kristen Frederick – South Central
210.566.3993
Kristen.frederick@m2ti.com

Joe Fisher – West
757.784.6511
joe.fisher@m2ti.com

Tyler Thompson – East
757.639.0910
tyler.thompson@m2ti.com

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  • Case Study

    Customer Service and Business Development

    OEM: Hewlett Packard
    Issue: Collaboration and Partner Relations

    "I never had a partner work a piece of business better than this or put this much effort into it. I think this is the most perfect example I have ever seen of a partner showing their value-add and being an extension of the HP sales team and not doing the standard pick-and-choose from a vendor's different products… if our other partners did half as much it would be incredible."
  • Technology Features

    Violin Memory and HP Make Sweet music Together with M2

    The HP VMA-series Memory Arrays are part of the comprehensive HP solid state storage portfolio providing server applications with low-latency I/O performance in scalable capacities large enough to hold entire databases. Enterprises can use these devices to store virtually all of their primary data—the databases and data warehouses behind their enterprise resource planning systems, their human resources systems, their customer relationship management software, and all their other critical functions.

    The VMA utilizes SLC NAND flash memory that does not require power to retain data. Flash technology contains no moving parts and, as a result, this technology has higher reliability, faster access times, and consumes less power than traditional storage devices.

    The VMA supports the HP ProLiant DL980 Server with either PCIe direct-attach or Fibre Channel SAN-attach storage and HP Integrity i2 Blades and Superdome2 running HP-UX with the Fibre Channel SAN attach option.

    Federal data centers demand large SMP type scalability in Linux and Windows environments, have complex workloads the demand better response time and increased I/O operations per second (IOPS) and Oracle applications and databases that are growing in size and complexity. The HP ProLiant DL980 G7 with VMA-series Memory Arrays solution from M2 offers the capacity to consolidate and manage mission critical applications and databases in a single server. Organizations considering Oracle Exadata™ should evaluate the benefits of the HP VMA based solution which include 50x reduction in latency and 20x reduction in cost/IOP at 1/3 the cost of Oracle Exadata.

    Key Features include...