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AMCC INTRODUCES NEW SUITE OF 3WARE SAS RAID CONTROLLERS

Worldwide Leader in High Performance Serial RAID Storage Expands Product Scope to Include Serial Attached SCSI; Announces Immediate Availability of the 3ware 9690SA

Applied Micro Circuits Corporation (AMCC), the recognized leader in serial RAID storage, today announced the immediate availability of the 3ware® 9690SA Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) RAID controller.

The 3ware 9690SA offers configuration flexibility with three PCI Express low profile controller choices: eight internal ports, eight external ports, and four internal/four external ports. AMCC now offers a highly scalable 3ware serial storage product portfolio that includes 2- to 24-ports of SATA connectivity and maximized SAS expandability to up to 128 devices per controller. The SAS controllers include AMCC’s unified RAID management interface and software suite, assuring users a simplified configuration experience with every 3ware controller, irrespective of its storage interface.

The 3ware 9690SA is ideal for data center environments that require expanded connectivity and the highest levels of read and write performance.  Targeted applications include: databases, NAS storage, web servers, cluster servers, supercomputing, near-line backup and archival, security systems, and pro audio and video editing appliances.

“AMCC is excited to add Serial Attached SCSI RAID controllers to our award-winning line up of 3ware serial storage products,” said Scott Cleland, Director of Marketing for AMCC Storage. 
“We pioneered the way for SATA and we now capitalize on our time-proven serial storage expertise to take users from SCSI to SAS. The 9690SA offers customers superior hardware RAID performance and reliability. Most importantly, whether our customers require SAS, SATA or SAS/SATA connectivity, 3ware will provide the right tool for the job.” 

Partners Align with 3ware SAS
Emulex Corporation, based in Costa Mesa, California, creates enterprise-class products that intelligently connect storage, servers and networks. Emulex has partnered with AMCC to provide a key SAS building block for the 9690SA. “Delivering SAS-based products is a critical part of Emulex’s overall strategy to provide customers with a comprehensive embedded product portfolio,” said Bob Whitson, senior vice president and general manager, Embedded Storage Products, Emulex Corporation. “The 3ware 9690SA is a high performance platform that utilizes the new Emulex IOC 500S SAS I/O controller to deliver the data integrity and expandability capabilities that enterprise-class storage systems demand.”

"Fujitsu is happy to see the expansion of the 3ware product line to include the new SAS drive interface technology," said Joel Hagberg, vice president, marketing and business development, Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc. “The 3ware 9690SA SAS RAID controller perfectly compliments Fujitsu's SAS and SATA drives.  Now, with both SATA and SAS controllers, 3ware offers the broadest choice when it comes to hardware-based, high-performance, scalable RAID storage."

AIC/Xtore is the industry’s leading designer and manufacturer of rack-mount server and data storage enclosure solutions and is one of the forerunners in providing SATA and SAS solutions.  “3ware controllers have a long history of providing high-performance, high-capacity RAID for data-intensive environments,”   said Gene Lee, Vice President   at AIC/Xtore,    based in City of Industry, Calif.  

“AIC/Xtore is pleased to partner with AMCC in this significant product introduction and we look forward to employing the 3ware 9690SA to deliver a comprehensive SAS product portfolio for our customers’ most mission critical applications.”

Product Pricing and Availability
The three 3ware 9690SA controller kits which include cables are currently available through AMCC’s worldwide network of distributors, integrators and VARs. 

 

New VOIP security flaw exploits shown at Black Hat USA

 New VOIP security flaw exploits shown at Black Hat USA London, UK,   The Viper Lab division of Internet telephony security specialist Sipera caused a stir at Wednesday's Black Hat USA IT security convention when researchers showed how easy a VOIP softphone was to hack.
 In its demonstration, Sipera highlighted one of several VOIP security flaws which allow hackers to take control of a laptop running a standards-based VOIP softphone. 
 

 

 

 

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17 Prozent Wachstum beim IT-Outsourcing

17 Prozent Wachstum beim IT-Outsourcing

Vierteljährliche Analyse von Active Sourcing: 36 Großaufträge über insgesamt 15,1 Milliarden Euro in den letzten 12 Monaten

Desktop/LAN-Services dominieren mit 38 Prozent Marktanteil das Outsourcing-Geschäft

Frankfurt/Main, 09. August 2007 – Innerhalb der letzten zwölf Monate haben deutsche Unternehmen 36 große Aufträge für das IT-Outsourcing mit einem Volumen von insgesamt 15,1 Milliarden Euro vergeben. Zu diesem Ergebnis kommt der vierteljährliche „Sourcing Monitor“ des Beratungshauses
Active Sourcing, in dem alle Verträge über 10 Millionen Euro erfasst sind. Gegenüber der vorausgegangenen zwölfmonatigen Analyse entspricht dies einem Wachstum von 17 Prozent. Trotz sinkender Marktpreise hält sich die Service-Sparte Desktop/LAN an der Spitze.

Der deutsche IT-Outsourcing-Markt wächst weiterhin. Insgesamt wurden im zweiten Quartal 2007 acht Verträge mit einem Total Contract Value (TCV) von mehr als zehn Millionen Euro unterzeichnet. Das Gesamtvolumen dieser Abschlüsse beträgt rund 2,8 Milliarden. Telekommunikationsunternehmen und Handel repräsentieren hierbei den grössten Teil. Nach dem Abschluss der Bundeswehr folgten auf ein etwas ruhigeres erstes Quartal nun weitere große Verträge. So kam es im Mai zu einem Megadeal zwischen Karstadt-Quelle und EDS. Das zweite Quartal 2007 ist zudem eindeutig durch neue Aufträge geprägt: Sechs der acht Verträge sind Neuabschlüsse, die restlichen zwei Unternehmen haben ihre Verträge mit den bisherigen IT-Dienstleistern verlängert.

Gesamtmarkt: 17 Prozent mehr Vertragsvolumen
Innerhalb der letzten zwölf Monate wurden 36 Verträge mit einem Gesamtvolumen von 15,1 Milliarden Euro unterzeichnet. Im Vergleich zur rollenden Jahresbetrachtung der letzten Analyse des „Sourcing Monitors“, bei dem am Ende eines Quartals jeweils die vergangenen 12 Monate dargestellt werden, entspricht dies einem Anstieg des TCVs von 17 Prozent. „Diese Entwicklung erstaunt nicht. Deutsche Unternehmen folgen dem Outsourcing-Trend aus dem angelsächsischen Raum und nehmen so im europäischen Markt eine Schlüsselrolle ein“, sagt Stefan Regniet, CEO von Active Sourcing. Das durchschnittliche Auftragsvolumen der Verträge beläuft sich auf 42,7 Millionen Euro (Median). Nur wenig verändert hat sich die durchschnittliche Vertragsdauer: Sie liegt aktuell bei 5,4 Jahren.

Industrie, Banken und Telcos lagern am häufigsten aus
In der Industrie und bei den Banken wird nach wie vor am meisten ausgelagert: 14 der 36 Verträge des zweiten Quartals stammen aus diesen beiden Sektoren. Mit 40 Prozent sind sie aber nicht mehr ganz so stark repräsentiert wie noch im Quartal zuvor (50 Prozent). An dritter Stelle folgt die Handelsbranche mit fünf Outsourcing-Abschlüssen, dicht gefolgt von Telekommunikationsunternehmen (4). Auf den hinteren Plätzen befinden sich Public Sector (3), Transporte/Reisen (2) und Versicherungen (2). Obschon die Verträge in den weiteren Branchen nach ihrer Anzahl (6) signifikant sind, erreichen die TCVs dieser Kategorie gerade einmal fünf Prozent des Gesamtmarktes.

38 Prozent Marktanteil für Desktop/LAN-Services
An erster Stelle steht unangefochten die Service-Sparte Desktop/LAN. Obschon sinkende Preise die einzelnen Volumina der Verträge - gerade bei Commodity-Dienstleistungen - drücken, können sich Desktop/LAN mit 38 Prozent Marktanteil (5,74 Mrd. Euro TCV) weiterhin an der Spitze halten. «Aufgrund einer steigenden Komplexität im Desktop-Bereich geben Firmen die Aufgabe vermehrt an einen externen IT-Dienstleister», so Regniet. Auch der Mainframe-Sektor ist mit 3,2 Milliarden Euro stark vertreten, gefolgt von Midrange (2,34 Mrd.) und WAN/VoIP (2,03 Mrd.). Den beiden Dienstleistungssektoren Application Management und SAP fällt mit 1,49 Mrd. respektive 0,3 Mrd. ein vergleichsweise geringer Anteil an Marktvolumen zu. Allerdings ist eine große Anzahl der SAP-Auslagerungen nicht im „Sourcing Monitor“ erfasst, weil sie einen TCV von weniger als 10 Mio. Euro aufweisen.

Kontinuierliche Analyse
Der „Sourcing Monitor“ ist ein quartalsweise erscheinender Statistik-Report über den lokalen Outsourcing-Markt. Bereits seit Juli 2005 erfasst das auf die Unterstützung von Auslagerungsstrategien spezialisierte Beratungsunternehmen Active Sourcing alle abgeschlossenen Verträge im deutschsprachigen Raum für die Bereiche Infrastruktur- und das Applikations-Outsourcing. Diese Marktinformationen bieten Anwendern wichtige Hilfestellungen bei ihren Outsourcing-Planungen und unterstützen IT-Dienstleister bei Ihrer Verkauf- und Marketingplanung.

Ein Jahresabonnement der vierteljährlichen Studien kostet netto ab Euro 2.300 und kann online bestellt werden. Eine Musterausgabe steht unter www.active-sourcing.de ebenfalls zur Verfügung.

Active Sourcing
Active Sourcing ist ein unabhängiges Beratungsunternehmen, das sich auf IT-Outsourcing, Business Process Outsourcing und Insourcing spezialisiert hat. Die Dienstleistungen umfassen unter anderem IT-Assessment, Sourcing-Strategieberatung und Sourcing Review. Die Projektleiter von Active Sourcing unterstützen Unternehmen und Organisationen mit Hauptsitz in Deutschland und der Schweiz bei der Evaluation eines Outsourcing-Partners, bei der Outsourcing-Transition, bei der Implementierung eines Shared-Services-Centers sowie beim Aufbau eines nachhaltigen Sourcing Managements. Sie verfügen über langjährige praktische Erfahrung, verwenden praxiserprobte Modelle sowie Checklisten und kennen die neusten Trends im Markt. www.active-sourcing.com

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High specification A2DP bluetooth USB Dongle from Qstik

 High specification A2DP Bluetooth® USB Dongle from Qstik ·         ·         enables wireless connection from computers to Bluetooth devices  Qstik, the consumer electronics manufacturer, today announced the availability of its high specification Bluetooth USB Dongle, at a competitive price.  It enables desktop or notebook computers to wirelessly connect to other Bluetooth-enabled devices, including mobile phones, digital cameras, headsets, printers, and GPS receivers. The Qstik Bluetooth USB Dongle supports Bluetooth Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) and Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP).  With Advanced Frequency Hopping (AFH) and a fast connection, the Dongle provides the ability for consumers to listen to high quality music from PCs, laptops or PDAs.  Including BlueSoleil Bluetooth software, it facilitates the swift and wire-free transfer of digital images and sound files to and from the desktop.   It also allows the formation of networks and exchanging of data (music, pictures, videos) with other Bluetooth enabled computers or PDAs.  The Qstik Bluetooth USB Dongle supports the Qstik EVOQ DSP Bluetooth headset for music streaming and Voice over IP (VoIP) applications.Technical Specifications:USB v1.2 – Also compliant with USB v1.1Data rate – up to 723KbpsOperation range – Class 1:100mFrequency band – 2.400-2.4835Ghz unlicensed ISM bandSpectrum – FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum)Compatible OS – Microsoft Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP About Qstik plcQstik plc, based in Harlow, UK, is a privately-held venture founded in Autumn 2005.  Qstik develops and manufactures state-of-the-art consumer electronics products by integrating technologies and solutions originally developed for the military and the telecom sectors. Qstik’s first product is a stylish mobile Bluetooth headset that incorporates a digital signal processor to deliver vastly improved call quality for mobile phone consumers.  

Secure USB Stick

SecureStix™


 “SecureStix…the Secure


repla cement for USB


Flash Drives”         

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  What Is SecureStix™? 

         Simply put, SecureStix™ is a unique type of USB Flash Drive (also known as a USB Stick, USB Key, Memory Stick etc), designed to protect your most private, highly confidential and secret information.

 

         Packaged into a compact fold-up device, the SecureStix™ devices boast all the security of the most highly protected computers with the added benefit of being portable. 

 

         The SecureStix™ devices utilize fingerprint recognition technology coupled with AES-256 encryption algorithms to ensure your data is protected at all times. 

 

         Each device can read up to 10 fingerprints making it perfect for inter-departmental use.

  How does SecureStix™ work? 

         The SecureStix™ device is a purpose built USB flash drive, utilising the advanced Samsung chipset coupled with a superior biometric fingerprint scanner and custom built software, all packaged in a neat, handy and lightweight device designed with your protection in mind.

 

         Simply plug this device into the USB outlet of your computer and it will ask you to swipe your finger.

 

         Swipe your finger over the biometric reader on the device.  If your finger is not recognised you will NOT be able to access the protected files.

 

         Each SecureStix™ device comes with software which can be installed to lock down any computer.  Nobody else will be able to access this computer without the SecureStix™ device and the authorised person’s fingerprint.

 

         If computers are being used by more than one user, the owner of the SecureStix™ device can lock individual files on that computer that will require their fingerprint to open.  This will allow other persons to access data on the computer but NOT the secured files.


 

 Why should corporations and individualsutilise SecureStix™? 

         To ensure the protection of private, highly confidential and secret information from individuals or groups such as:

           

          Members of the general public

          Journalists

          Competitors

          Domestic threats

          International threats

          Terrorism

          Political agendas

 

         To ensure that employees, contractors and customers can travel with highly confidential information without their being a security breach.

 

         Because the SecureStix device can assist in the prevention of the above at a very low cost.

  Doing nothing is NOT an option. Security Breach Legislation in the USA (State Security Breach Legislation Executive Summary Feb 2006 by VigilantMinds) states: “Many states have either enacted or are in the process of enacting legislation regarding breaches to personal information in response to the recent disclosures and potential identity theft of millions of Americans.  Fifty-two million Americans had their personal information breached in approximately 100 separate incidents during 2005.  Hacking accounted for 50% of the incidents, while stolen or lost devices accounted for 25% of the incidents.  Lost tapes, insider employee actions, and other miscellaneous issues rounded out the remaining 25%.    The enactment of legislation across multiple states without consistent standards for definitions of “personal information”, “breach”, “encryption”, and “potential risk” has brought confusion to organizations seeking compliance with the requirements of these individual state laws…   


 

 Doing nothing is NOT an option continued… In November 2005, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved bill S1789 (S1332 on the Senate calendar), the “Personal Data Privacy and Security Act”.  In the House, the HR 4127 “Data Accountability and Trust Act” has the widest support and has been approved by its initial House subcommittee.  Businesses appear to favor the House bill, with both Microsoft and Entrust endorsing HR 4127.  Consumer advocate groups appear to favor the Senate bill, saying S1789 provides more protection for individual US citizens…  Penalties ranging from $1,000 to $55,000 per day depending on level of failure to comply / negligence.  Imprisonment for up to 5 years…”… “…Requires businesses to notify the U.S. Secret Service of a security breach if over 10,000 individual’s personal information is compromised, regardless if the breach would have an impact on identify theft.” …  Summit West – Operational Management and HIPAA Compliance written by Becky Busch, President MBA Inc states: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) mandates the regulation of personal health information (PHI) around three areas: electronic data interchange, privacy, and security. The security regulations, when final will directly impact organizational efforts in some of the following ways (as well as others):  • Require encryption of all PHI transmitted over the network• Require standard levels of perimeter protection and access control over all PHI systems and data• Require formal incident response and backup and recovery plans for all systems affecting PHI Violations of HIPAA regulations can result in fines up to $250,000 per incident and even criminal penalties of up to 10 years in prison for organizations and individuals that violate the regulations or negligently disclose PHI. The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA).” 


 

 What’s Included? Each SecureStix™ pack includes the following:

ü      The top of the line internal Samsung Chipset, because you don't want our USB Flash Drive to fail.

ü      Onboard software to encrypt any file on any computer that you are currently using, so that only you can access these files on that computer.

ü      Unique fold-out design to protect the fingerprint reader and get rid of silly          lids that can get lost.

ü      Professional look and feel (small, lightweight and detailed to suit the corporate market).

ü      Handy carry strap to minimise the chance of leaving the device somewhere.

ü      USB extender cable to save you from having to crawl around looking for           the USB port on your computer to plug in your new device.

ü      Gift-boxed in a superb metal box, making it the most stylish overall device available on the market today.

                

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Don’t risk your Private, Personal and Business confidential files. 

Reads up to 10 Fingerprints
Ready to plug into
your USB port
Massive Storage
holds up to 360,000 emails
(4GB version)
Neatly folds up with no cap to lose
Stylish looks
Activity Indicator to ensure the data transfers are complete before you remove your drive

Don’t risk your Private, Personal and Business confidential files. 


 

 Testimonials: "Since I have begun using the SecureStix USB Flash Drive my life has been stress free. As a professional conference speaker and team building expert I travel a lot and often try to do so with as little baggage as possible. Owning a SecureStix has made that process even easier. With the ability to set up a public access area and a secure partition on the SecureStix I can now confidently pass the USB stick over to the conference Audio Visual Crew happy in the knowledge that my client files are secure and accessible only by a swipe of “MY” finger. The Audio Visual Crew can access the conference files and are unable to access any other files that I don’t want them to see. It’s brilliant! For some short trips I now don’t even need to take my laptop as with the huge I Gig memory I can load several large presentations onto the SecureStix and jump off the plane and go straight to the venue, plug in my SecureStix and I’m in business. Thanks again and I look forward to your next technical innovation!"
Lindsay Adams, Director, Teamocracy and National President of the National Speakers Association of Australia (NSAA).
  "Jim’s Bookkeepers are always looking for ways of making their client’s information more secure. We have strict procedures for handing documents but electronic information can easily be lost and fall into inappropriate hands. The SecureStix Fingerprint Recognition USB stick is a must have product for bookkeepers that take copies of client’s data off site and I will be recommending that all our bookkeepers get one. People I have demonstrated the product to are amazed at how easy it is to use and our bookkeepers are happy they can now transport client information securely."
John Birse, National Divisional Franchisor, Jim's Bookkeeping
  "I sign many non disclosure agreements and transport vast amounts of commercially sensitive information from clients offices all over Australia and internationally. USB storage devices can easily be lost, exposing our firm to potential litigation. SecureStix has resolved this issue for us with their finger print storage device solution."
Andrew Pollard, Director, InterFinancial Ventures Pty Ltd. Investment Bankers and Corporate Advisors


 

 Technical Information 

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTSSOFTWARE:Supported Operating Systems
Windows 2000 (service pack 4)
Windows XP Home (service pack 2)
Windows XP Professional (service pack 2)
HARDWARE:Pentium 3 or higher
At least one USB 1.1 or 2.0 port
SUPPORTED LANGUAGESEnglish, French, German, Italian, Japanese,
Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish.
SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
USB ports supported: USB1.1 and USB2.0
Storage media: 1GB, 2BG & 4GB
Driver: Not required
Sensor: Built-in slide-type fingerprint identifying sensor
Chipset: Samsung
Additional functions:   File Encryption
Folder Encryption
PC lock
Auto Windows Login
Auto web page login
Encryption type: AES-256 encryption
Data retention: 1 million times+
Standby working current: <1.5mA
Resolution: 500dpi
Finger verifying time: <0.1s;
Image acquisition speed: 488fps
Working temperature: 6 degrees—35 degrees celsius
Humidity tolerance: 30%—90%


 

 Conclusion: 

You now have an insight into the amazing technology available to secure your most private of information.

 

These devices have a RRP of €84.99 per 1GB device, €112.99 per 2GB device and €140.99 per 4GB device so there is plenty of margin for both European Reseller and your distributors.

 

With over 85% of corporate and government employees surveyed currently using a standard USB Flash drive, the European market is very large and mostly untapped.

 

As we hold the worldwide rights for this design, we are able to manufacture these with your custom brand to meet your requirements for resale or promotional activities.

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Motorolas Point-to-Point IP Soloutions

Motorola’s OFDM Point-to-Point IP Solutions Can Resolve Challenging Connectivity, Application Issues

By Tom Gruba
Senior Director of Marketing
Wireless Broadband Products
Motorola Networks and Enterprise 
 

Resellers have a demanding role in trying to meet all the needs and requirements of their customers.  Wireless technologies may finally be catching up to supply cost-effective broadband to support those needy applications.

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European Reseller discusses why e-mail management matters

We all know about and have learnt enough about anti-virus, spam-filters, Trojan horses and the uncountable amount of e-mails entering the daily inbox. But do we have enough information on how to meet with the e-mail-management challenge?

Read more: European Reseller discusses why e-mail management matters

The benefits of software IP telephony for business

BUSINESS BACKGROUND  & Channel desires


Editalia, based in Rome was established in 1952 during the reconstruction years after the Second World War. Its mission from the outset was to restore the cultural heritage of Italy. The company took art as a vehicle to keep in contact with Italy’s roots. Editalia has since expanded and presents a vast collection of original work by the most prestigious contemporary Italian artists, whose personalities have left a clear mark on the 20th century and beyond. Telecommunications is not only important for internal communications but is essential for a functional and complete marketing instrument that is vital to the business’s success.Editalia undertakes many telemarketing campaigns in-house to obtain leads that are then in turn transferred to appropriate representatives. The marketing and sales departments work exclusively on the phone, whether it is for outbound or inbound calls. The telephone is therefore a crucial and integral element of the business throughout the working day.

THE CHALLENGE

Editalia last upgraded their phone system three years ago, but at best it was regarded as a “traditional” system, which offered few features readily available in modern and was not conducive for a telephone centric environment. With the business expanding to more than 160 people, Editalia thought it necessary to streamline their general working processes as well as their business tools. A complete integration between the CRM platform and an IP telephone system was therefore a fundamental organisational need and became a primary focus. They needed a telephone product that would enable them to enhance their communications that would mean never missing a call and seamlessly transferring calls throughout the site.

THE SOLUTION

VOIspeed proved it was more focused on innovation it offered a product that was both advanced and future-poof. During the development phase of the project, Editalia were shown the many new features that their different departments could benefit from. The integration of the CRM platform along with the technology of VOIspeed was the most complete solution in terms of functionality and which also offered the best service assistance. The entire CRM project took about two years to complete. However, the telephony part of the solution involving VOIspeed was implemented in the matter of a single day. Different departments make use of the diverse products VOIspeed have on offer - the phone operators use the USB BI-aurali headsets, while the majority of the other employees use a USB system that is connected to their computer, which operates with the built-in Soft Phone (Client Software powered by VOIspeed). Other internal areas, such as the conference room, operate through an IP terminal.

THE RESULTS

Editalia as a company is constantly evolving so they needed a product that would adapt with that change rather than impede it. The flexibility of the many features available with the VOIspeed solution has allowed employees to personalise the entire system to their needs, as they in turn change. With the VOIspeed IP phones, every user can record any one of their calls, both outgoing and incoming, at a touch of a button. This has proved to be an invaluable tool for both training and for keeping up with recent legal requirements. Furthermore implementing a conference call with more than two people has become almost second nature, when before, with the previous system, it was virtually impossible.

Customer Quote

We would definitely recommend the complete IP telephone solution we have received from VOIspeed to other businesses. The new integrated system was well beyond our original expectations, in terms of features and quality of service and has allowed us to get even more than we initially anticipated from a telephone system.

Asentria remote site monitoring MSP

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Becoming an authorized Asentria reseller provides you with an opportunity to partner with the leader in TeleManagement and Remote Site Management solutions,

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