Bradford Networks and Netaxcom enter into strategic distribution partnership
Oct 25, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Bradford Networks, a provider of network access solutions, has announced a strategic distribution partnership with Netaxcom, a provider of next-generation security solutions. The partnership will increase Bradford Networks's presence across Eastern Europe.
Through this partnership, Netaxcom adds Bradford Networks's award-winning network access control (NAC) solution, Network Sentry, to its IT security product and service portfolio. Network Sentry delivers complete visibility and control of all users and devices on the network, enhancing productivity while mitigating risk. Additionally, through its SmartEdge Platform, Network Sentry seamlessly integrates with industry-leading security, mobile device management (MDM) and network infrastructure technologies to deliver complete and secure solutions for BYOD.
"We are seeing a huge surge in the demand for BYOD and control of network infrastructures in this region, which creates significant market opportunity for companies who can deliver flexible, integrated network security solutions," said Adam Ksiazek, general manager, Netaxcom.
"We selected to work with Bradford Networks because their industry-leading Network Sentry solution comprehensively addresses BYOD challenges and integrates with our leading security offerings. We look forward to working closely with Bradford Networks to provide our customers with complete solutions that address their secure BYOD objectives."
"The increasing global demand for BYOD solutions is driving our expansion across Eastern Europe and Poland," said Charlie McAlister, EMEA Sales Manager, Bradford Networks. "We're very pleased to partner with Netaxcom. They have an established presence in Eastern Europe and strong relationships with major customers and complementary vendors, therefore this partnership positions Bradford Networks to capitalize on the growing worldwide interest for comprehensive BYOD solutions."
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