Posted by: RAH Infotech | June 26, 2013

Exinda and Royal Holloway Win Microscope ACEs

Exinda secures win over Advanced 365, Comms-care, Emulex Corporation, Ruckus Wireless and TP-LINK in Microscope ACE’s Technology Category: Networking

Exinda, a global provider of next-generation WAN optimization and Network Control solutions, and Royal Holloway University of London, have been crowned the winner of the Technology Category: Networking for this year’s Microscope Awards for Channel Excellence (ACEs).

Initially shortlisted by an independent panel of industry judges and voted for by key channel representatives, Exinda’s success was achieved for the superior network control solution it provided to Royal Holloway, which was deployed with the help of Khipu Networks Ltd. Royal Holloway is one of the UK’s leading universities, with 10,000 students and 1,800 staff on campus. Exinda’s solution helped Royal Holloway to effectively manage its JANET and halls of residence network links.

The Microscope ACEs, now in its sixth year, celebrate the best of the channel, recognising those companies that have delivered superior service, products and support. Brendan Reid, VP Marketing for Exinda, says, “Winning this award is a great accomplishment and honour for everyone involved. Our progress over the past year would not have been possible without the full support and trust gained from our partners which has enabled us to push the limits further than we had ever imagined. With our superior network control solution and visionary status, we have an award winning package that can tackle increasingly expensive bandwidth issues quickly, efficiently and cost effectively.”

A Microscope panel judge had this to say regarding the entries, “A very impressive case study was cited where Exinda was able to show it dealt with the customer’s issues around network visibility and control with good reseller involvement”.

 

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