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Veeam picks NewLease for distribution

19 Apr 11

VMware provider Veeam Software has unveiled a partnership with NewLease to distribute Veeam licenses to Australian and New Zealand service providers. 

NewLease currently offers subscription software licensing models from the likes of Microsoft, Trend Micro, VMware, Citrix and CA 3Tera AppLogic.

Veeam and NewLease will be announcing new customers through this relationship soon.

Don Williams, Country Manager ANZ, Veeam, said, "Our technology proves itself every day to service providers who are dealing with inherently complex virtual infrastructures, meeting strict SLAs, while required to keep costs down. Now our relationship with NewLease ensures that service provider customers will procure our technology more easily while staying on top of their licensing requirements.”

NewLease will add Veeam licenses to its existing product range, which it says will allow service providers to take advantage of virtualisation opportunities when building and deploying service-based IT offerings.

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