Infoblox signs new NZ distributor

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Auckland based technology distributor Connector Systems has been appointed the Australia & New Zealand distributor for network management software vendor Infoblox.

“With the massive growth of connected devices the rise of mobile computing, and the introduction of  cloud-application delivery models there has never been a greater need for the automated network  control that Infoblox provides,” says Kevin Swainson, General Manager of Security and  Telecommunications at Connector Systems

“Infoblox actively assists organisations to manage constant change and growing complexity by providing a secure environment,” Swainson says

“Infoblox’s products are world class and highly regarded, and we are thrilled to be adding Infoblox to  our stable of best-of-breed vendors,” Swainson adds. Connector Systems will be distributing the full range of Infoblox products. Infoblox provide a range of network management products for configuring, managing and securing networks for complex organisations; software and appliance solutions that deliver state-of-the-art DNS, DHCP Core Services; IPAddress Management (IPAM) and Network automation.

“Connector Systems is the ideal partner to help us increase sales in New Zealand and Australia,” says Kenny Soutar, Infoblox Country Manager ANZ

“With their experience and proven track record with the channel, we feel fortunate to have them representing Infoblox automated network control.”

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