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VMware welcomes CENX into partner programme

04 Jun 2015

CENX has joined the Vmware Technology Alliance (TAP) programme, and will collaborate with Vmware to deliver solutions for virtualisation and cloud computing.

CENX provides service orchestration solutions for software-defined and virtualised networks, and specialises on automating the entire lifecycle of advanced data services in networks.

The TAP ecosystem aims to provide customers with the flexibility to choose a partner with the right expertise that suits their individual needs.

"We welcome CENX as a valued member of the VMware TAP programme," says Howard Hall , Vmware Global Technology Partnering Organisation senior director.

"This membership means customers can take full advantage of a streamlined virtualisation and cloud infrastructure experience."

“VMware provides an online marketplace, VMware Solution Exchange (VSX), where customers can learn more about CENX's collaboration with VMware and our continued goal commitment to developing breakthrough technologies that can transform business," says Hall.

"Service providers are eager to deploy Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) and are looking for solutions to overcome the operational challenges this new paradigm brings," says Andrew McDonald , CENX Product Management senior vice president.

"Joining the VMware TAP programme allows CENX to collaborate with industry leaders to deliver proven lifecycle service orchestration for NFV,” he says.

The VMware TAP programme has thousands of members worldwide and brings together best-of-breed technology partners with the shared commitment of providing expertise and business solutions to customers.

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