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Salt Lake City-based Solera Networks has unveiled its 20:20 Partner Program, a global channel program that the company says enables network security solution providers of all sizes to offer high-margin services and solutions based on the Solera DeepSee platform.
Solera Networks offers its partners benefits that include training, deal registration and real-time customer evaluations and services. Those, in turn, fuel revenue and market-share growth in the growing big-data security analytics and advanced threat protection market, the company said.
The Solera DeepSee platform combines big-data security analytics, comprehensive threat intelligence and full security visibility to detect advanced malware, unknown threats and zero-day attacks while answering critical post-breach questions. Solera says DeepSee offers deployment flexibility that includes software, turnkey hardware and virtual appliance form factors. DeepSee can draw data directly and seamlessly from leading SIEM, IDS/IPS, next-gen firewalls and malware protection solutions, including HP ArcSight, LogRhythm, McAfee, Palo Alto Networks, Q1 Labs, Splunk, Dell SonicWALL, Arbor Networks and Sourcefire.
“We’ve named our new channel program 20:20 because the Solera DeepSee Platform provides real-time threat intelligence and complete security visibility into everything that traverses a company’s network,” said Alex Seton, vice president of worldwide channels and strategic alliances at Solera Networks. “Both our solution and program are designed to create new revenue and growth opportunities for partners. Delivering big data security analytics and advanced threat protection into end-user networks augments many other solutions and services that these partners are already providing.”
By becoming either a premier partner or authorized reseller, Solera partners receive varied levels of training, inside sales support, deal registration, lead referrals and marketing support.
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