Connector seeks resellers off FalconStor deal

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Connector Systems has signed an agreement to distribute the FalconStor software range of data protection solutions in New Zealand.

FalconStor was founded in 2000 in New York by a team of storage networking specialists.

Kevin Swainson, General Manager for the Security and Telecommunications Division at Connector Systems, said, “They are the Global Leader in Totally Open Data Protection Solutions for Enterprises. FalconStor Software leads the way in developing innovative, scalable and open network solutions designed to optimise the storage, protection, efficiency and availability of enterprise data and applications.”

“With customers already in New Zealand the FalconStor Software range provides an excellent opportunity for resellers and partners to provide innovative solutions to existing and new customers”

Connector Systems will be working to recruit channel partners to service the market providing local pre-sales, support and training.

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