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Colasoft lands on Aussie shores with PlexNet partnership

02 Feb 18

Network performance analysis solutions provider Colasoft has announced its entry into the Australian market, partnering with Plexnet in a local distribution agreement.

PlexNet is a Sydney-based value-added reseller, specialising in networking, application, infrastructure and security testing and analysis.

The deal will give PlexNet full distribution rights over Colasoft’s suite of network analysis solutions in local markets.

PlexNet CEO Sergio Ferreira says, “We are thrilled to have partnered with Colasoft, which will enable us to offer a comprehensive network analysis solution to all of our Australian clients, to optimise the performance of their network infrastructure.”

As part of the deal, PlexNet will be offering Colasoft’s suite of NPMD (network performance monitoring and diagnostics) software and hardware solutions to its Australian customers, including Chronos, its retrospective network performance analysis system and UPM, its Unified Performance Management platform.

In addition, PlexNet will now provide Colasoft’s portable network analyser, Capsa, as well as its family of network tools, including Mac Scanner, Packet Player, Packet Builder and Ping Tool.​

Colasoft CEO Kang Lin says, “Colasoft has established strategic partnerships with over 30 companies in Europe, America and Asia and we value every partner and the opportunities it brings to expand cooperation with various organisations in a wide range of industries.

“We welcome PlexNet as our new Australian distributor and look forward to working with its team of experts and the firm’s Australian clients to help optimise their network performance.”

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