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Procera Networks lands new major partner signing

08 Dec 16

Procera Networks and Arrow Systems Integration have banded together to provide bundled analytics and network intelligence to the virtualisation market.

The partnership will support Procera’s plans for global expansion, the company says.

Arrow Systems Integration, a subsidiary of Arrow Electronics, is a solutions provider specialising in unified communications, voice, and data technologies, and also contact center and network security.

“Arrow’s turnkey hardware/software solutions will dramatically speed up Procera’s ability to support deployments in developing markets as part of the company’s continued global expansion,” says Jon Grady, director of Business Development at Procera Networks.

“Arrow’s expertise in analytics and network management, together with its large enterprise customer base of multinational organisations and service providers, is exactly the kind of partner our Premier Partner Program was designed to attract,” he explains.

The agreement with Arrow Systems Integration marks the fourth major Premier Partner signing for Procera Networks.

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