KEMP builds its channel presence

B2B and retail distributor Exertis Micro-P has signed a distribution agreement with KEMP Technologies to focus on KEMP’s load balancer products

B2B and retail distributor Exertis Micro-P has signed a distribution agreement with KEMP Technologies to focus on KEMP’s load balancer products.

Exertis Micro-P says the products are available immediately and can be configured and shipped within 24 hours.

KEMP has been in business for nearly 15 years and claims 15,000 clients worldwide. The deal with Exertis Micro-P is designed to strengthen its channel presence.

Its LoadMaster line of load balancers support a wide range of applications including VMware Horizon Suite, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, CRM Systems, Apache Server, Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle WebLogic and IBM Websphere among others.

The products also support Microsoft workloads including Exchange 2010/2013, Lync 2010/2013, Remote Desktop Services and Sharepoint.

Rob Duggan UK & Ireland channel manager, KEMP Technologies said: “The new partnership with Exertis Micro-P is targeted around the security team and enables Exertis Micro-P’s reseller partners to build on best-of-breed technologies to simplify complicated architectures, like for instance, replacing Microsoft’s Threat Management Gateway or ensuring Highly Available SSL gateways in multi-site deployments.”

Jason Hill, security sales manager, Exertis Micro-P said the deal helps create opportunities for its reseller partner base: “KEMP offers our partners a fantastic opportunity to boost their margins and expand on new and existing sales opportunities.”

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