Brocade welcomes ICT provider to ANZ partner program

Brocade has announced that Amidata Limited has joined the Brocade Alliance Partner Network (APN) Program.

Based in Melbourne, Victoria, Amidata is the latest Brocade APN Partner, joining at Premier Status to further extend Brocade’s networking footprint across the region.

Amidata is an ICT infrastructure solutions and services provider, focusing on hosting, managed services, procurement and professional consultancy.

“We are delighted to announce the addition of Amidata as a new member of the Brocade APN Program,” says Greig Guy, Country Manager ANZ, Brocade.

“We believe that the team at Amidata are in alignment with Brocade’s own goals for providing flexible, agile and value-for-the-money solutions and services.

“They have great insight into their target market, and we are confident that positive outcomes will result for both Brocade and Amidata.”

The Brocade APN Program will provide Amidata with the tools to sell Brocade networking solutions and support solutions for its customer base.

“Amidata has identified Brocade solutions as truly compelling for the data centre and enterprise marketplace in Australia, which spans the majority of the business sector today,” adds Michael Whelan, Managing Director, Amidata.

“Those organisations need to evolve from legacy to efficiency outcomes, and the Brocade solutions and services are ideal from a performance and preparation perspective.

“These businesses need to prepare for the workloads of tomorrow in a cost-effective way and, for us, Brocade is a great offering.”

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