Linktech Solutions has joined the Brocade Alliance Partner Network (APN) Program with Premier Partner status.
The move fits Brocade's aim of meeting growing demand for network convergence and further extending its footprint across Australia.
Under the partnership, Linktech Solutions will have access to a range of development and sales incentives to support the shift toward open, more flexible and efficient network infrastructure.
“As the market for network convergence continues to grow rapidly across Australia, we are constantly looking for new partners that offer extensive industry and vertical expertise,” Brocade senior director for A/NZ, Gary Denman, said.
“Linktech Solutions has a skilled team of consultants and engineers experienced in developing strategies that transform the delivery of IT services, which will enrich and extend our range of networking solutions in Australia.”
The Brocade APN Program rewards partners that invest in developing knowledge-rich practices to address new technology trends. The program offers a full set of intelligent, customisable tools that will assist partners in selling Brocade solutions and supports the needs of partners as they help customers make the transition towards network convergence.
Linktech Solutions managing director, Ahmed Latif, said, “By combining our market knowledge with Brocade's leading networking solutions, we now have a compelling world-class offering for customers seeking to drive more efficient and flexible IT operations, through initiatives such as virtualisation, datacentre transformation and Cloud computing."
Founded in 2012, Linktech Solutions provides IT consulting and implementation services from its offices in Sydney and Melbourne. It has expertise in enterprise mobility, unified collaboration, datacentre, Cloud computing and infrastructure solutions for a broad range of industries, including health, education, corporate, government and enterprise.
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