February 11, 2011
Ethernet Extender: Netgear Launches Special Training for Channel Partners
Netgear (News - Alert) is about a lot more than providing gateways and routers for home use. The networking solutions provider announced its latest training program focusing on managed switches, storage, managed wireless and home product solutions. Labeled Smart IT, the program will be conducted in several cities spanning from Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Lucknow, New Delhi and Kolkata.
The program will train new Netgear partners, as well as existing partners for next-gen technologies.
“With the changing dynamics of the IT industry solutions like virtualization, cloud computing, mobility is taking front seat and we as a Netgear have the answer to all the industry needs. The New solutions which we offer are very reliable, affordable and simple. We call this Smart IT, not Big IT for all small business and mid enterprise and we want to enable our valued channel partners with requisite sales and technical knowhow,” said Atul Jain, Country Manager for Netgear Technologies India.
Netgear is also planning a new product lineup that will be available through Netgear authorized dealers in the Indian market. The products include the XSM7224S, a 24 port gigabit stackable switch for mid-enterprise use, Wireless Controller WC7520 that will support up to 150 users, Wireless Universal Range Extender WN2000RPT, and AV range of products like Ethernet Adapter WNCE2001 to connect to your home including theater, TVs, and gaming stations.
Also recently, Netgear expanded its solutions for midsize enterprise customers with two of its latest offerings in the US market. ProSupport is a next business day on-site replacement service which is now free with a purchase of a mid-enterprise product in the U.S. Additionally, Netgear is announcing the availability of the ProSafe 24-port 10 GE Managed L2+ Switch a 10 Gbps switch that enables businesses to accelerate their data centers to enterprise-class speed, with a lesser cost than most. Michelle Amodio is a TMCnet Contributor. She has years of experience in business and marketing. Previously, she worked in broadcast journalism and as an editor abroad in London, England for a privately owned magazine. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Charles West