Exinda's Alignment With immixGroup Serve Network Orchestratration for Federal Agencies
TORONTO, ON: Recently, Exinda and immixGroup have partnered to make Exinda’s network optimization and bandwidth management solutions accessible by the public sector. This Exinda’s six in one network orchestration solution will be available for purchase to all federal agencies along with State and Local Governments and Education (SLED) on numerous contract vehicles. Orchestration solution availability for these contractual vehicles is to provide assistance in handling the government strategies inclusive of surge in mobile device usage, cloud-based services and the transition of the Internet of Things and open data.
immixGroup is an Arrow Electronics company which deals with technology products for Government Agencies since 1997. immixGroup is a value added distributor which directs companies to government for business purposes. Whereas, Exinda is a universal WAN solutions supplier that provides the capabilities of strategic business applications based on predictable user experience through policy-based WAN Orchestration. The combination of these two companies will provide a guaranteed smooth cloud application transition to Government Agencies.
Leveraging the Exinda’s solution with the Digital Government Strategy, the company is able to deliver information and services anytime, anywhere and on any platform, regardless of distinguishing whether it’s for electronic identification, migration to cloud applications or embracing the use of web APIs. Built to proactively monitor, control and prioritize this influx of network traffic, Exinda integrates its network orchestration solution to fortify users’ communication and collaboration with optimal quality of experience.
"As government agencies move to hybrid cloud platforms, there is an immense need for a solution that provides deep visibility and control of the network," says Michael Sharma, CEO, Exinda. "With the help of immixGroup, the public sector, including federal and SLED, now have a viable solution that delivers the organizational control, application accuracy and network agility required to support unified communications, cloud and big data,” he added.
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