Posted by: RAH Infotech | August 21, 2012

A10 Networks, RAH Infotech Outline Channel Strategy for India

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A10 Networks is all set to entice Indian enterprises with their 64-bit application delivery controllers (ADCs) and application delivery networking (ADN) solutions. A10 Networks, based out ofSan Jose, is the latest networking brand to launch itself in the Indian market this year. “Indiais a key player in the modern global economy and tapping its growing potential would be one of our priorities, apart from recruiting the right channel and enabling them,” says Shalendra Singh, Country Manager, A10 Networks. “We will cater to both large enterprises and SMB/Mid Tier with prime focus on telecom service providers and data center/hosting service providers, BFSI, Government and IT/ITeS,” he added.

Excelling in ADCs and IPv4 to IPv6 migration technologies, A10 Networks has appointed RAH Infotech as the first distributor for India. “A10 Application Delivery and Link Load Balancing/Bandwidth Management products are excellent pitch for channel partners to position in the market. ‘Zero Licensing cost’ and best price/performance ADC solution message would resonate well in the Indian market,” says a confident Singh. The AX Series appliances by A10 are the industry’s first 64-bit ADCs, featuring 64-bit Advanced Core Operating System and 64-bit hardware platforms.

Gurgaon-headquartered RAH Infotech has formed a separate product management team for A10 consisting of dedicated sales and pre-sales staff, says Ashok Kumar, CEO, RAH Infotech. “We plan to promote A10 Networks by leveraging our existing channel base and further penetrate into newer accounts through partners,” adds Kumar. With eight offices across major Indian cities, RAH plans to have partner events in association with A10 in near future.

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