M.Tech is a leading regional IT security, application delivery network and video communications solutions distributor. Established in May 2002, M.Tech is headquartered in Singapore and has a network of 30 offices in 15 countries, namely in Singapore, Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam to provide on-site sales, marketing as well as technical support to our reseller partners.
Our vision is to be the preferred, best-of-breed security solutions provider for integrated and intelligent end-to-end security management of the Internet, systems and applications infrastructure. M.Tech selectively partners with market-leading vendors who are established in their respective domains, covering a broad spectrum of today’s security requirements, from firewall and intrusion prevention to anti-spam and web security.
Our current portfolio encompasses best-of-breed inter-operable solution such as Adtran, Allot, Armorize Technologies, Aruba, Backbox, BlueCat Networks, Blue Coat, BreakingPoint, Brocade, CA Technologies, Celestix, Check Point, Citrix,Credant, Crescendo Networks, Critical Watch, Extreme Networks, HP ESP (TippingPoint), Huawei, Imperva, Isilon Systems, Jabra, LANDesk, LifeSize, Lumension, MobileIron, Palo Alto, Proofpoint, PushkaBlue, Riverbed, RSA, SolarWinds, Sourcefire, Splunk, Symantec (PGP), TalariaX, Thales, Trend Micro, Tufin, Vidyo, Watchdox and Websense. These specially selected suite of solutions covers every major aspect of information and network security needs of today. In addition to being a best-of-breed security products and solutions distributor, M.Tech is also an authorised training centre for Blue Coat, Check Point, HP ESP (TippingPoint), EC Council and (ISC)², Riverbed and RSA courses.
The M.Tech companies are part of the Singapore Exchange-listed Multi-Chem Group. Multi-Chem is named one of Asia’s top 200 Best “Under-A-Billion” corporations by Forbes magazine in October 2006 and has a market capitalization of close to US$100M as of 30 April 2010. Multi-Chem is mainly engaged in the electronics manufacturing and distribution business and its operations span ASEAN and China.
M.TECH Australia has 3 offices in Australia: Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, and a registered office in Auckland, New Zealand
M.TECH Products Aust. Pty Limited can be contacted at email@example.com, or at 02 8987 0400.
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- Hassle-Free single point of contact for deliveries and deployment across Australia and Asia Pacific – Strong technical expertise for all our solutions – 100% Channel Partner Business Fulfillment – Focused on Channel Empowerment through training – Demand Generation through marketing campaigns
- International Deployment all across Asia Pacific and beyond – Security and Networking Focused – Strong Technical Certified Expertise – Complimentary TECH training for Partners – Complimentary Level 1 support for the solutions M.TECH distributes
- Training for Partners and End Users – Back to back Implementation and deployment services across Australia and Asia Pacific – Various Support services (up to 24×7×4 onsite) are available
- Networking – Security – Application – Database and Storage
North Sydney, New South Wales, 2060
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