EfficientIP Partners with Santa Monica to Strengthen the Security for Businesses
FREMONT, CA: EfficientIP, a DDI (DNS, DHCP services, IP address management) solutions provider, collaborates with Santa Monica Networks to offer Nordics region customers the best security and data integrity solutions, reports channelmea.com. Integration of EfficientIP DDI and DNS security solutions with Santa Monica Network offerings will provide the customers with more amplified security for running smooth and risk free businesses.
Santa Monica Networks has a deep experience in the fields of data transmission networks, IT security and IP communications. The company offers customers with diversified and innovative solutions such as data transmissions networks, data centers and the security solutions. EfficientIP’s SMART DDI solution offers enterprises and service providers a unique appliance based solution to effectively simplify and automate design, deployment and management of the critical DDI infrastructure. It also offers centralized monitoring of the IPAM, DNS and DHCP services, ensuring the availability, reliability and service quality. By integrating their solutions together, Santa Monika and EfficentIP will assist Nordics region organizations to protect their critical applications against DDoS attacks and other vulnerable threats.
Teemu Tiainen, Director of Service Delivery at Santa Monica Networks notes that Efficient IP’s approach to DDI and security will help their customers to increase the level of service and security while decreasing the operational costs.
“Last year has seen a dramatic increase in cyber-security attacks, with DNS being one of the weakest parts of the network infrastructure. The addition of Santa Monica Networks to our partner eco-system is key to bringing new adaptive security solutions to the Nordic market and customers so they can protect themselves,” said David Williamson, CEO, EfficientIP.
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