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Express Data people happy at XenSource's acquisition

"Since the announcement we have seen one additional major national partner commit to becoming XenSource certified, and have experienced an upturn in requests for information, training and products.”

Kelly said that the news for Express Data resellers is very good and the distributor now has national coverage in terms of XenSource certified partners. All these resellers have been skilled up by Express Data’s technical staff.

“We are now positioned as the only distributor with the right skills to help enable partners to take advantage of these powerful solutions,” said Kelly.

“We have already seen a very quick, exponential increase in XenSource sales in Australia and New Zealand and what is good for our resellers to know is it is business as usual - we will continue to work with XenSource and Citrix to help them make the most of the opportunities ever present in the market.”


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