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ContentKeeper signs NZ distributor

02 Jun 10

ContentKeeper Technologies has signed a deal with Packet Technologies (Pactec) in New Zealand to establish market presence and distribute ContentKeeper’s network and bandwidth filtering and security to New Zealand enterprise customers.
Pactec was chosen for its product portfolio, says ContentKeeper, which includes solutions in areas such as application visibility and acceleration, data centre management, end-point security and device management, WAN optimisation and internet traffic monitoring.

“This is an excellent distribution opportunity for the combined ContentKeeper and Exinda offering,” said Manish Kumar, Director of Sales and Marketing for ContentKeeper Technologies. “Because Pactec already has such an extensive Exinda customer base in New Zealand, it provides the perfect opportunity for them to deliver more value to the customer base by offering ContentKeeper Internet filtering as part of the package.”
Frank Ollie, General Manager of Packet Technologies, added, “We’re pleased to have the opportunity to bring ContentKeeper’s technology to New Zealand because they are a leader in their field. In addition, ContentKeeper’s collaboration with Exinda is something we can leverage based on our large installed base of Exinda products in New Zealand. We see this technology to be in increasing demand as companies review staff productivity and internet abuse.”

ContentKeeper said that future plans may also see Pactec distributing products from the rest of its range.

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