|By Business Wire||
|November 28, 2012 01:15 PM EST||
Certeon, the application performance company, today announced a partnership with top UK Channel Innovator CDG. CDG will market Certeon's aCelera solution along with its already comprehensive software innovation portfolio. The partnership promises improved application performance and efficiency for customers throughout the UK and EMEA.
Certeon offers a compelling, virtualized and cost-effective solution to substantially accelerate the performance of any application, for any user, on any device, on any network by up to 50 times and lower network bandwidth usage by up to 95 percent.
By adding Certeon's portfolio of software and virtual appliance solutions to its product portfolio, CDG has enhanced its Wide Area Network (WAN), Cloud, and core communication offerings for customers that require global Application Acceleration, as well as providing opportunities for integrating Application Acceleration with other established vendor solutions it its portfolio.
Certeon aCelera provides the best performance cost ratio in the marketplace, and is a full featured, configurable, infrastructure platform that consolidates network functionality for virtualized data centers, branch offices and the cloud. The product components of the Application Acceleration and WAN optimization platform include Certeon Virtual Appliance, Certeon for Windows, Certeon Mobile Client, Certeon Dashboard and Certeon Configuration Management System.
We are honored that CDG, after comprehensive review of the market and our competitors, selected us as their partner. The team at Certeon looks forward to a mutually meaningful business relationship and many successful implementations. Massood Zarrabian, CEO of Certeon, said, "The aCelera platform is the most flexible and scalable solution available in the market place today. Certeon offers a solution for every customer use case: from virtual appliances to Windows software. CDG will be able to offer their partners and customers performance, scalability and future proof technology that move tactical solutions to strategic engagements. This is a win for Certeon, CDG and their community."
Chris Patton, CDG Commercial Director, said, "Certeon's solutions are a compelling addition to CDG’s software portfolio. They are designed for use in current and next generation virtualization environments and integrate well with a range of established vendor solutions. aCelera is especially relevant as our partners focus on moving their customers’ application infrastructures to cloud platforms, maximizing the value of their existing IT resources and networking capabilities."
"We look forward to bringing aCelera to market and providing the UK channel with an innovative new solution that addresses application and network efficiency challenges."
CDG is a specialist in innovative software technologies and services that address enterprise application delivery and data management challenges. CDG has a dedicated programme for working with small, innovative enterprise technology vendors. CDG’s global software innovation network identifies and qualifies software suppliers that are committed to delivering maximum productivity; driving business efficiency and optimizing ICT spend across data and application technologies. http://www.cdguk.com
Certeon’s award-winning software helps enterprises eliminate traditional network constraints and accelerates application performance providing LAN-like experience when accessing data from branch offices, data centers and the cloud. Certeon’s platform is specifically built for virtualized environments; is both hypervisor and hardware agnostic and can also run on Windows Server. These capabilities provide unmatched performance, scalability and flexibility – while allowing organizations to leverage their existing infrastructure - and future proof their IT investment. Whether your initiative is virtualization, consolidation, cloud computing, or disaster recovery Certeon can help.
Founded in 2004, Certeon is a private company backed by Sigma Partners, RRE Ventures and Globespan Capital Partners. More information can be found at www.certeon.com SOURCE Certeon, Inc. http://www.certeon.com
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