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Access Networks signs distie deal network intelligence solutions provider Allot

03 Sep 2019
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Networking and security, wireless, IoT and access solutions distributor Access Networks has signed a Distribution agreement with network intelligence and security solutions Allot.

“Allot understands the value of reliable distribution partner. This has been one of our guiding principles as we grow our presence in Oceania with our innovative Security-as-a-Service and QoE- based traffic management solutions,” says Allot Oceania sales head Daniel Keidar.

“We are confident that Access Networks’ reputation for knowledge and experience in both the telecommunications and enterprise markets will be a major factor in our successful growth in New Zealand.”

Access Networks managing director Kevin Swainson says they have partnered with Allot because of their experience and range of solutions for the Enterprise and Service Provider market but also because of their core values and focus which align well to the way we do business.

“Service Providers can utilise Allot technologies and platforms to provide security-as-a-service to their customers providing secure enterprise and IoT deployments at the network layer,” says Swainson.

“For Enterprise, Real-Time network monitoring, analytics, application control and security are some of the benefits provided by the Allot Service Gateway. We are excited to be working with Allot and look forward to developing the channel and assisting with opportunities with our customers.”

About Access Networks

Access Networks mission is to focus on providing a range of networking, wireless IoT and access solutions to customers in the Hospitality, Utilities, Education and Telecommunications industry throughout New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.

Access Networks’ core capability is around delivering network communication solutions that include hardware, software and services to ensure the end customer receives a fully managed solution.

About Allot

Allot Ltd. is a provider of network intelligence and security solutions for service providers worldwide. Its solutions are deployed globally for network and application analytics, traffic control and shaping, network-based security services, and more.

Allot's multi-service platforms are deployed by over 500 mobile, fixed and cloud service providers and over 1000 enterprises.

Its solution has achieved over 50% penetration with some service providers and is already used by over 21 million subscribers in Europe.

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