Sinefa partners with distie VCW Security to expand EMEA footprint

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Sinefa has joined forces with distributor VCW Security to bring its products to the UK market and other territories in the EMEA region.

“VCW have a long history of working with the reseller channel in the UK and a strong understanding of the telco/ISP market," John Milionis, global head of sales at Sinefa, said.

"We were particularly impressed by their deep technical knowledge as well as their reach across the UK and Europe. As cloud adoption drives more application traffic to the WAN and internet, VCW and Sinefa are well placed to help MSPs and ISPs manage the network performance expectations of end users."

Sinefa said it has decided to expand its offering in EMEA because there's so much demand for it. As more and more businesses turn to the cloud to power their operations, including apps, they need a reliable network infrastructure to power their business.

The company's Layer 7 application visibility and control enables IT departments to keep tabs on what's consuming the most network availability, prioritising the mission-critical processes so both businesses and end users can benefit from smoother services.

“The Sinefa visibility platform, enables enterprises, MSPs and ISPs to see any application traffic flow, across any network in real-time, enabling smooth cloud migrations, bandwidth prioritisation and unlimited scalability," VCW Security’s sales director, Gareth Morris said.

"With its ease of deployment, disruptive pricing and simple to use traffic shaping, Sinefa can help businesses save money by reducing the time and cost of troubleshooting network performance issues."

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