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Kemp Lands Canadian ADC Reseller

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NEW YORK -- Kemp Technologies, the leading provider of application-centric load-balancer solutions, today announces that Victrix Canada has been appointed the first KEMPCenter partner in that country.

KEMPCenter status is the highest level of accreditation in KEMP’s partner program. The program is designed to further propel KEMP’s rapid growth in concert with its most successful solutions partners to take advantage of the increasing demand for KEMP’s ADC (Application Delivery Controller) and load balancer products.

The KEMPCenter Partner program provides KEMP’s most advanced technology resellers with sales and technical support to drive sales of LoadMaster software, virtual, and hardware-based load balancers. KEMP also provides an extensive partner marketing program that includes webinars, case studies, training videos, whitepapers, and product collateral, plus sales incentives.

Victrix’s customer base consists primarily of medium to large enterprises, governmental and educational institutions. As part of its various practices, Victrix also provides Microsoft-based solutions for e-mail, SharePoint Solution and Unified Communications (UC) applications to a number of enterprises, government institutions, universities, colleges and school boards both in Quebec, as well as in other Canadian provinces. Victrix’s comprehensive approach covers all components of information systems from networks and servers to applications and storage. KEMP’s LoadMaster ADC load balancers fit into this infrastructure well due to KEMP’s expertise and certification for Microsoft Exchange and Lync solutions.

KEMP Technologies Inc.

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