Security and networking value added distributor (VAD) Cloud Distribution has announced a partnership with Exinda, a global leader of next-generation WAN optimisation and Network Control solutions. Focusing on the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, the distribution partnership will target the enterprise networking market where Cloud Distribution has built an innovative practice. The partnership will enable Exinda to satisfy the increasing market demand for its suite of next generation solutions and extend Cloud Distribution’s network and security practice with another key component.
In response to a growing demand for integrated mobility and network management solutions required for an increasingly mobile and bandwidth hungry workforce, Cloud Distribution has carefully designed its Enterprise Mobility and WAN technology stacks. A collection of complementary, next generation networking technologies will now feature Exinda as a key component. Exinda solutions have been implemented within 3,000 mid and large size enterprises to solve many of the most pressing IT challenges including bring your own device (BYOD), cloud application migration and internet traffic control.
Kevin Kirksey, VP Global Sales for Exinda adds, “The partnership builds on both companies’ reputations for innovation in enterprise networking. Having recently been recognised by Gartner Research as a Visionary in its 2013 Magic Quadrant for WAN Optimisation Controllers, we were looking for an equally innovative networking expert distribution partner – we found it with Cloud Distribution.”
“This partnership is an exciting opportunity for both our organisations,” said Adam Davison, director at Cloud Distribution. “I see first-hand the impact they are making in the market with their unique approach to network management. No other solution on the market today can provide network visibility, WAN and Internet control and application optimisation within a single suite. Our resellers will appreciate being able to address their customers’ concerns around an increasingly distributed and mobile network that cannot contend with the demands being placed on it.”
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