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Computerlinks extends Infoblox rights to Middle East

IT distributor given responsibility for providing resellers with products and training

Computerlinks extends Infoblox rights to Middle East
Lee Reynolds says that Computerlinks will provide support, training and distribution services for Infoblox in the Middle East.

Infoblox has expanded its existing agreement with Computerlinks to include the support, training and distribution of its products in the Middle East.

Computerlinks, which already distributes Infoblox's network infrastructure automation solutions to several countries in Western Europe, will now serve as the vendor's sole distributor in the region and its authorised training centre partner.

Dirk Marichal, VP EMEA sales at Infoblox, stated: "Computerlinks, with truly professional experts on staff throughout its offices, has proven an excellent partner at channel recruitment and enablement and understanding how to position, install and support our solutions. We are very pleased to extend the partnership with Computerlinks to bring Infoblox solutions to a broader market in the Middle East."
As the training partner for Infoblox, security specialist Computerlinks will educate channel customers on the company's solutions and provide resellers with the sales tools they need.

Lee Reynolds, managing director for MEA and APAC at Computerlinks, is confident that the company will repeat the success it has enjoyed in Europe with Infoblox. 

"Growing demand for Infoblox solutions - driven by the automation, visibility and resiliency advantages they provide - has prompted our desire to expand the distribution agreement with Infoblox and we look forward to helping bring Infoblox's leading network infrastructure automation solutions to the Middle East market," said Reynolds.

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