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Intuit Technologies extends Extreme Networks partnership to better serve Australian market
Intuit Technologies has extended its partnership with Extreme Networks, becoming the first Extreme Elevate managed service provider (MSP) in Australia to deliver network-as-a-service offerings.
Extreme Networks named fastest growing vendor, ranked second in revenue
In the report, Omdia found that of the top five vendors in the cloud-managed networking market, Extreme has experienced the largest increase in market share since the release of the 2019 industry report from IHS Markit.
Extreme Networks touts cloud management as 'new normal'
"As we grapple with more data, coming from more places, more connected devices, and more SaaS-based applications, the cloud is becoming fundamental to establishing a new normal.”
Cloud networking offers retail, education & healthcare a DX edge in turbulent times
“It’s a really challenging time right now for all industries suddenly having to deal with both rapidly increasing demands on network resources."
Enterprises tune up enterprise networking as cloud spending grows
"Flexibility in deployment and usage means our network management platform can adapt to fit with our customers’ operations and systems to deliver simplicity, cost efficiencies, network analytics and insights.”
Extreme Networks provides ANZ channel update
"During the current conditions, being able to adapt and align with the market reality and changeable expectations will be key for all businesses."
Extreme pilfers Arrow talent for A/NZ manager role
The former Arrow ECS leader will support Extreme’s A/NZ partners, including new Diamond Partners CCNA, CompNow, and Intuit Technologies
Esports market reaches new heights
The esports market is continuing to gain momentum, and Extreme Networks says this is contriuting to a growing demand for fast and reliable Wi-Fi connections and more robust network infrastructure.
Extreme Networks on the hunt for new A/NZ channel manager after Critchlow promotion
Critchlow's initial priorities will be to focus on engaging with Aerohive's partner and customer base, as well as promoting Extreme Network's new capabilities to existing partners and customers in the region.
Fortinet making waves in edge-to-cloud security channel
The company is offering a number of initiatives which might include marketing funds, demo gear, workshops, and training sessions that can be tailored to channel partners’ needs.
NetStrategy achieves Extreme Networks Black Diamond status
They are the first partner in APAC to reach this level giving them access to greater support from Extreme.
Extreme Networks commits 95% of R&D to AI and automation
It aims to develop its solutions to enable a “secure, self-healing, self-driving network from the enterprise edge to the cloud.”
Extreme Networks launches IoT security solution
IoT devices are typically deployed in a flat or unsegmented network so that if breached, the attacker can gain access to sensitive areas of the network.
Melbourne’s Metro Trains taps Extreme Networks to power CCTV system
Extreme Networks says the solution will deliver an agile, adaptive, and secure network for Metro Trains that supports its CCTV system.
Extreme Networks promotes APAC channel leaders
The new appointments supposedly reflect the company’s overall momentum and continued investment in the Asia Pacific market.
Veeam appoints new A/NZ VP as they aim to build on recent growth
The appointment of Gary Mitchell into this role reflects Veeam’s plans to strengthen the company’s growth momentum in the A/NZ market.
Exclusive interview: Extreme Networks on their 2017 growth and what's next
Yvette McEnearney talks about the importance of the channel to Extreme Networks and how they are ensuring they take care of their partners.
New local boss for Extreme Networks as company looks to 'new' business
Extreme Networks has appointed Chris Georgellis to head its local operations replacing John Gonzalas.
Broadcom-Brocade deal delay; knock-on effect for Extreme Networks-Brocade deal
Broadcom’s US$5.9b acquisition of Brocade has stalled, with a knock on effect for Extreme’s acquisition of Brocade's data centre networking business.
NSP & Extreme Networks - two powerhouses ramping up NZ's cyber security market
What do Super Bowl XLVIII, the London Exchange, and a number of New Zealand’s largest City Councils have in common?
Extreme Networks launches new ethernet switching platforms
There is a growing demand for flexible data rates across both data center and campus networks, according to Extreme Networks.
A brief history: How Broadcom, Brocade & Extreme Networks got together
From these newly acquired assets, Extreme hopes to generate over $230 million in annualised revenue.
Extreme Networks to acquire wireless LAN business from Zebra Technologies
"The acquisition significantly expands Extreme’s wireless LAN security offering with the addition of Zebra’s WIPS solution."
Smart schools way of the future - and how they improve your learning
Educational institutions will have to take some preliminary measures when implementing a smart school concept into their existing environment.