Sydney distributor DNA Connect signs optical networking vendor PacketLight Networks

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Sydney distributor DNA Connect signs optical networking vendor PacketLight Networks
DNA Connect's Munsoor Khan

Sydney-headquartered distributor DNA Connect has signed with optical networking vendor PacketLight Networks.

DNA will help drive channel development and maintain high client satisfaction to support business growth in Australia and New Zealand.

PacketLight Networks is a WDM (wavelength-division multiplexing) and OTN (optical transport network) technology vendor that builds "highly efficient private optical networks", according to chief executive Koby Reshef.

"Our solutions resolve optical transport needs of service providers, enterprises, utilities and government organisations. We’re confident that by adding the experienced technical and sales teams of DNA Connect as PacketLight's local distribution partner in Australia and New Zealand will contribute to our customers' experience and satisfaction, receiving expert support from DNA Connect."

DNA Connect director Munsoor Khan said: "Customers need to improve the speed and capacity of their fibre infrastructure at an affordable cost.

"The addition of PacketLight’s line of products to our existing optical range presents our partners with a market leading choice of solutions to meet all of these requirements."

DNA Connect was established 20 years ago and specialises in connectivity and analytics solutions. The distributor has 22 vendors in its portfolio including Advantech, Aerohive Networks, Imperva, Ipswitch, Ixia, Siemens, Splunk and Webroot.

In October 2016, DNA Connect became the first-ever distributor in Australia for file security platform vendor FinalCode. A month later, DNA signed automated deployment and management firm Sbox, again as the first Australian distributor.

DNA's most recent partnership was signed in March with US cyber security vendor Radware.

The distributor has offices in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth.

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