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Network security specialist Untangle expands global channel reach

Untangle has expanded the reach of its range of SMB and distributed network security software, finalising an array of distribution deals.

New channel partners in 2021 include Pulsia Technology in Spain, France and Mexico as well as Brainworks Computer Technologies in German-speaking markets — such as Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

These new signings add to Untangle’s long-term relationships with the likes of UK-based QBS MSP, formerly Zedsphere.

Scott Devens, chief executive officer of Untangle, said: “We are proud to be thriving, particularly during a time that has been uncertain for many. Together, as a team, Untangle has continually stepped up.”

Untangle‚Äôs integrated suite of software and appliances is marketed towards organisations with limited IT resources, which it describes as the “below-enterprise” market. This includes SMBs and organisations looking to serve remote workers and distributed workplaces.

Untangle’s latest product announcements include version 3.1 of its award-winning SD-WAN Router.

According to the company announcement, Untangle SD-WAN Router 3.1 is aimed at the growing need to secure networks at the edge — reflecting the rise in distributed edge computing across many workplaces.

The company also unveiled its first mobile app, Untangle Go, for iOS and Android devices.

( Photo by Federico Beccari on Unsplash )

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