Security firm Bitdefender has announced a new distribution deal with VAD e92plus, extending the reach of Bitdefender Security for Virtualized Environments (SVE), the virtualisation anti-malware technology, in the UK channel.
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"e92plus is delighted to be working with Bitdefender, and bringing their innovative technology to our reseller partners," said Mukesh Gupta, Managing Director at e92plus. "We have great experience in bringing unique technology to the market, and in particular Bitdefender virtualisation security offers VARs a great proposition to take to customers. It also complements both our security and virtualisation solutions, and will help build a more complete, profitable package for resellers to take to market.”
e92plus is the latest in a list of expansion deals forBitdefender including availability of SVE on Amazon Web Services Marketplace and expansion of the Bitdefender Partner Advantage Network earlier in 2012.
“This new relationship between Bitdefender and e92plus comes during an important time, as organisations across the public and private sectors continue to evaluate and migrate to cloud computing and virtualisation technologies,” said Shaun Donaldson, Director of Strategic Alliances at Bitdefender. “
The deal provides e92plus with a new proposition for resellers. The distributor will be the Authorised Training Centre for Bitdefender’s enterprise solutions, offering resellers opportunities to be educated on SVE, together with additional technical and marketing services for generating leads.
"Bitdefender Security for Virtualized Environments is designed to give organisations a sophisticated, cost-effective technology that overcomes productivity bottlenecks experienced with other cloud and virtualisation security solutions that follow a more traditional structure.” concluded Donaldson.
The signing is e92plus’ third this week, having previously taken on US newcomers FatPipe and Viewfinity.
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