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Datacraft inks reseller deal

16 Jul 10

Arbor Networks has signed what it calls a strategic partnership with Datacraft Asia, which includes New Zealand.

"Datacraft has a reputation for delivering world-class, market leading IT solutions," said Attley Ng, Arbor Networks Vice President for Asia. "Our security products fit nicely within Datacraft’s solutions portfolio and address critical issues such as service availability and security for clients across Asia."

Datacraft will sell the full line of Arbor Networks Peakflow solutions, including its Peakflow SP platform.
 
Francis Pang, General Manager for Datacraft Hong Kong, added, “Arbor's products, and the services and support that back them, are highly reputable and established among the network service provider community. With the security landscape becoming increasingly challenging in the era of cloud computing, Arbor Networks is addressing many of our clients' main concerns such as the availability and integrity of their data. We look forward to working with Arbor to help our clients address these critical issues,” continued Pang.

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