As a result of the agreement, Nebulas will offer a range of Juniper’s security solutions to both new and existing customers. The solutions covered include Juniper’s integral firewall, VPN and intrusion detection and protection offerings.
Nick Garlick, managing director of Nebulas Security said: “Over the past year or so, we’ve seen Juniper move to the forefront of enterprise security, so it’s the right time for us to become a Select J-Partner, in order to provide new revenues streams and increase market share.
“Juniper’s technology is excellent and its emphasis on integration, unified threat management and strategic partnerships with other best-in-class vendors fits perfectly with our next generation approach to the security market,” Garlick added.
David Small, vice president of channels EMEA at Juniper Networks, said: “Effective, high performance security is particularly important in the retail and finance sectors. Juniper’s continued innovation of security techniques – for example our Unified Access Control (UAC) solution to secure users and network assets within the LAN – will enable Nebulas Security to target these sectors extremely successfully.”
As a Check Point Gold Partner, Nebulas Security will market the new Juniper solutions alongside its existing Check Point portfolio.
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