FVC signs Aruba Networks for the MENA region

Deal will bring emerging cloud applications to the MENA market

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FVC signs Aruba Networks for the MENA region The deal with Aruba allows FVC to offer ClearPass solutions to partners, says Parag.
By  Manda Banda Published  April 3, 2012

Regional distributor FVC, has signed an agreement with Aruba Networks, a global provider of next-generation network access solutions for the mobile enterprise, to distribute its ClearPass Access Management Solutions.

The agreement with Aruba Networks will help FVC expand and complement its existing security solutions portfolio. ClearPass Access Management System delivers unparalleled simplicity while managing and securing network access across wireless, wired and VPNs. FVC will enable and empower its channel partners across the region to deploy these solutions within each country.

K.S. Parag, managing director at FVC, said: "As enterprises continue to implement bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives across the region, network managers and CIOs are concerned about security and deployment challenges. Our partnership with Aruba Networks allows us to offer ClearPass solutions which will facilitate these initiatives with a powerful yet easy to deploy solution."

"The proliferation of mobile devices combined with the employee desire to access information anywhere is accelerating the demand for mobile security solutions," said Ammar Enaya, general manager for Middle East at Aruba Networks. "As partners, Aruba and FVC are uniquely positioned to expand the adoption of secure mobility solutions within the Middle East. FVC has an extensive network of solution providers along with a proven track record of excellence in solving customer challenges."

FVC will have trained sales, pre-sales and support team members in each region, to enable its channels and help them support customers. FVC will also have the resources to conduct Proof of Performance (PoC) at the customer's premises.

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