Network Engines Appoints Mambo Technology As New Distributor; Ambitious Security Distributor Strengthens Network Engines' Presence in Spain.
CANTON, Mass. -- Network Engines, Inc. (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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"One of Mambo's strengthens is to identify new and emerging technologies and take them to market quickly and successfully. There is an increasing business demand to secure Microsoft infrastructures and we now have the leading appliance vendor in Network Engines in our portfolio to take advantage of these numerous opportunities," said Javier Perez, Sales Director, Mambo. "Mambo already has an partnership with Websense(R) and as Network Engines appliances are integrated with Websense, there is an attractive opportunity for our resellers to obtain additional hardware revenue to their existing software sales."
"Mambo has a excellent blend of expertise, ambition, support and reseller relationships to enable Network Engines to expand its presence in the region and help Spanish enterprises secure their web based Coming from a Web server. See Web application. infrastructures," said Gareth Green, General Manager, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) Refers to that region of the world. For example, one might see products packaged differently for the UK, EMEA and Asia Pacific markets. & APAC APAC Australian Partnership for Advanced Computing
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APAC Adapted Physical Activity Council (American Alliance for Health) , Network Engines. "As we knew, Mambo is an extremely proactive distributor and has already successfully engaged with its channel partners to market the industry's best web security solution and develop our customer base in Spain."
NS Series Security Appliances are a family of multi-function security platforms providing advanced application-layer firewall, VPN (Virtual Private Network) A private network that is configured within a public network (a carrier's network or the Internet) in order to take advantage of the economies of scale and management facilities of large networks. , and web cache (1) A computer system in a network that keeps copies of the most-recently requested Web pages in memory or on disk in order to speed up retrieval. If the next page requested has already been stored in the cache, it is retrieved locally rather than from the Internet. functionality to maximize protection for core Microsoft infrastructure applications including Exchange Server, SharePoint(R) Portal Server (1) A network server that deploys portal services to a public Web site or internal intranet. See portal.
(2) An application that is used to develop, deliver and maintain a Web portal. , and Internet Information Services See IIS. (IIS (Internet Information Services) Microsoft's Web server. IIS runs under the server versions of Windows, adding HTTP server capability to the Windows operating system. ). Integrated with Websense Web Security Suite(TM), the appliances are exceptional web proxies, accelerating access to frequently requested web content while blocking spyware, viruses, worms, and Trojan horses from infected websites.
Mambo Technology, a computer security and communications distributor, specializes in selecting and offering new solutions as an alternative to products already available in the market. Mambo Technology finds and selects its
product range in the international market, after conducting strict quality controls in which the following main variables are studied:
-- Performance tests
-- Consultancy reports
-- International press evaluations
-- Experience in similar markets
-- Quality-price ratio
Mambo provides computer security and communications solutions with greater performance and prices up to 80% lower compared to similar products available in the market, with a full quality guarantee. By prior request and depending on availability, Mambo can loan its products for a limited time to dealers, integrators and final customers at no cost whatsoever. For further information, visit www.mambonet.com.
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Network Engines appliances are designed to ease the deployment, enhance manageability, and increase security of mission-critical software applications. Our heritage of providing technology products and services tailored to the entire lifecycle of our customers' appliances has made us the appliance partner of choice for software market leaders.
Founded in 1997, Network Engines is headquartered in Canton, Massachusetts and trades on the NASDAQ exchange under the symbol NENG. For more information about the company's products and services, visit www.networkengines.com.
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