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Endace partners with Newgen

16 May 11

Packet capture and analysis firm Endace has appointed Newgen as a channel partner, signalling plans to grow its Australian market. 



Endace's technology provides open network monitoring and recording through 100 percent package capture and analysis. 



"Our technology is complementary to the other products and services that Newgen represents," said Endace's APAC sales director Neil Templeman in a statement. "They have a strong reputation in the Australian marketplace and are perfectly aligned to the vertical markets that Endace wishes to penetrate."



Melbourne-based Newgen has an established customer base in Australia and is a provider of intelligent switch port solutions. 



Newgen director Robert Perin said Endace had a "compelling" proposition for Australian CIOs and senior IT executives responsible for maintaining and protecting high speed networks. 


Update: A previous version of this story listed Newgen as a business process and enterprise content management company based upon information supplied. Updated information has been provided and the article has been amended to reflect the correction. 

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