Netsocket Launches Virtual Partner Program for Technology Partners

Netsocket, a technology leader in virtualized, software-defined networking, this week has launched the Virtual Partner Program for technology partners to get their virtualized apps to be part of its vApps suite of 3rd party applications. These suite of virtualized apps which come with automated service creation, delivery, management and orchestration capabilities form Netsocket's Virtual Edge portfolio, enabling Managed Services Partners (MSP)s to provide cloud-based IT services to their Enterprise customers. 

New technology partners will be able to join other established solution providers in the virtual apps ecosystem, which currently has big names such as Fortinet, Genband and Ubiquiti on board.

Applicants are required to have virtualized apps running on virtual machine and Netsocket will conduct interoperability certification with its Virtual Edge platform, including the development of rules for automatic application delivery.

Our Technology and Channel partners all play a valuable role in our Virtual Partner Program ecosystem. They help us to deliver best of breed technology and IT services in a completely automated way.  Companies can then realize the huge cost and productivity benefits of virtualization at the network edge.

Fletcher Hamilton, President and CEO, Netsocket    

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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