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Exclusive Networks to focus on new technologies

Regional VAD to highlight new technologies it recently introduced in the Middle East market at GITEX

Exclusive Networks to focus on new technologies
Exclusive Networks to educate partners on breakthrough technologies.

Value-added distributor (VAD) Exclusive Networks, has announced that it will be at GITEX Technology Week 2016, to highlight new technologies that the company has recently introduced in the market.

Exclusive Networks said at GITEX, the company will have over 10 vendors showcasing their offerings as part of the "cyber attacks mitigation and remediation (CARM)" portfolio.

The company outlined that Fortinet, F5, Gemalto, Ixia, Logrhythm, Carbon Black and newly launched Certes and Sentinel will exhibit at its booth. Additionally, the company said it will also be presenting the new data centre infrastructure solutions distribution arm, BigTec, which distributes products from Nutanix, Nuage, Varmour, Tubonomic (formally VM Turbo) and Rubrik.

The company said it will use it appearance at the 36th edition of GITEX to focus on educating partners and customers on new breakthrough technologies Exclusive Networks will be launching at the show.

The VAD added that visitors will be invited to attend sessions at the stand in the "security room".

According to Exclusive Networks, the aim of the sessions is to give the audience the opportunity to gain insight on best practices within the security industry from the vendors, while understanding how each solution distributed by Exclusive Networks can support them.

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