Nebulas Solutions expands scope of incubator programme

Nebulas Solutions has tweaked its technology incubator programme to go beyond just focusing on start-ups to established players that can help the reseller extend its own capabilities. Up until now the incubator programme has been there to help start-up firms and although that is not ending there wil

Nebulas Solutions has tweaked its technology incubator programme to go beyond just focusing on start-ups to established players that can help the reseller extend its own capabilities.

Up until now the incubator programme has been there to help start-up firms and although that is not ending there will also be long-standing companies signed up that will provide Nebulas itself with vital pieces of the solution jigsaw.

The first to sign up is Infoblox, a specialist in network automation and control, which will help Nebulas move from IPv4 to IPv6.

Nick Garlick, managing director at Nebulas Solutions, said that it was already coming across increased demand to move from IPv4 to IPv6 and the relationship with Infoblox would address those requirements.

"We've already identified some significant opportunities. These include the forthcoming global addressing switch over to IPv6, because IANA has recently run out of IPv4 addresses, indicating that they will all be allocated by November this year," he said.

Simon Horrocks, Infoblox's regional manager, West EMEA, said that the relationship with Nebulas would be complementary and it would provide the reseller with access to its latest technology.

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