Array Networks announced appointment of HCL Comnet as its National System Integrator (NSI). HCL will be the tier-1 reseller for Array Networks in India and SAARC countries.
HCL Comnet is a well known system integrator with a diversified network. It has built large highly redundant & scalable network infrastructure for many customers in the Enterprise sector and the BFSI vertical. Today, it delivers services in 550 cities
in India through a direct support presence of over 2000 certified engineers. HCL Comnet has been delivering high-uptime services to customers; with the ability to meet sub-4 hour response / resolution SLAs. HCL and Array Networks will work as joint solution sets for the domestic marketplace targeting Telecom, Defense, Enterprise and Government as the key sectors.
Bhanu Panda, VP of International Sales and Business Development at Array Networks said “Within our first year of operating in India, Array has been ranked fourth in the region by Frost & Sullivan in both the application delivery and SSL VPN markets. Our partnership with HCL Comnet will greatly increase our visibility in India – a key enterprise market. We are excited to work with HCL Comnet to continue meeting challenges faced by enterprises especially in Telecom & BFSI sectors by delivering high-value networking and security solutions to the Indian marketplace.”
Rajesh Thakur, Associate Vice President of India Business, at HCL Comnet said “We are delighted to partner with Array Networks. Array Networks is global leader in secure enterprise application delivery and is known to have an innovative product portfolio built on advanced technology. This association will not only strengthen our enterprise security and access offerings, but also help us in reaching out to new customers across varied verticals. We will also be approaching the telecom companies in partnership with Array Networks and offer them a host of managed VPN and managed SSL/VPN service offerings. We aim to make a positive impact on the growth and footprint of Array Networks.”