Load balancing company, KEMP Technologies, has expanded its commitment and footprint in the local market with the appointment of four new channel partners in Australia.
The company has inked partnerships with select system integrators focused on infrastructure and applications to support local accelerated demand for advanced Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) and server load balancers.
The companies it has forged relationships with include Sydney-based Solista Solutions, Modality Systems, Brisbane-based 1ICT, and another new Brisbane-headquartered company, Insync Technology.
Solista Solutions delivers next generation data management technologies including data infrastructure, Cloud platforms and consulting while Modality Systems is a specialist provider of Universal Communications (UC) services, associated products and custom development software for Skype for Business.
As for 1ICT, it is a strategic business solution provider focused on the delivery of professional services and applications while Insync Technology is a specialist Microsoft partner that has deep skills and experience in systems management and virtualisation, communications and Cloud.
KEMP Technologies A/NZ channel account manager, Luke Holland, said as the ADC market continues to evolve and become more complex, the new Australian channel partners will offer KEMP’s application-centric load balancing technology to support modern day workday deployments among the private and public sector.
“KEMP Technologies is totally committed to the channel in Australia and these organisations are a good fit for our company’s direction as an ADC player. The partnerships present an excellent opportunity for KEMP Technologies to continue to reinforce existing customers and add additional valuable technical support and experience to our portfolio of product solutions across distinct vertical markets.
“There is a gap in the Australian market right now for solutions such as those provided by KEMP Technologies and we look forward to mutually successful channel partner relationships moving forward,” he said.
Solista general manager, Noel Allnutt, claimed the partnership is an excellent opportunity for the company to continue supporting existing customers, and add additional value to its portfolio of disruptive technologies.
“KEMP products are easy for Modality consultants and support engineers to configure and support, and we’re excited to build on our long standing global relationship with KEMP’s re-energised partner program here in Australia,” Modality Systems Australia country manager, Justin Morris, said.
1ICT managing director, Anthony Gavin, indicated its partnership with KEMP has provided it with the ability to provide complete end to end data delivery solutions for its customers.
“Insync has a rigorous process for selecting vendors that are going to add value to the work we do. KEMP is one such vendor as it has a variety of deployment options from virtualised or physical appliances and can be readily used in Azure. This represents great flexibility for a partner,” Insync Technology solutions architect, Stuart Moore, added.