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DiData jumps to RASP status

DiData jumps to RASP status

Existing partnership with Riverbed bumped to the next level

ICT solutions and services provider, Dimension Data (DiData), has furthered its existing partnership with Riverbed by joining the Authorised Support Partner (RASP) program.

The move will allow DiData to build closer relationships with clients, and provide services and support for Riverbed deployments.

As part of the program, DiData will support the full portfolio of Riverbed performance solutions.

This spans across WAM optimisation, edge virtual server infrastructure (edge-VSI), application-aware network performance management, application delivery controllers, Web content optimisation (WCO), and Cloud data protection for backup and disaster recovery.

“As we scale our support organisation to include services from our valued partners, Riverbed is able to focus on its core competencies,” Riverbed worldwide support senior vice-president, Scott Downie, said. This includes providing solutions that aim to assist enterprises with strategic IT initiatives, IT consolidation, Cloud, and virtualisation.

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