NetEqualizer Announces Business Relationship With CompUSA
LAFAYETTE, Colo., June 5 /PRNewswire/ -- APConnections, Inc. today announced that they have been given a Vendor ID by CompUSA. CompUSA will be sending out information on the NetEqualizer to the Business Services Division, which means four to ten employees in each of their stores. This represents a move deeper into the networking control industry by CompUSA. "It allows us to expand into a broader range of customers. It allows us to support IP servership," said Michael Brown of CompUSA Business.
"Our powerful yet easy-to-use appliance model for Network Optimization is catching on with some momentum. The fact that there is demand in CompUSA's channel is a testament to where the WAN Optimization marketplace is heading - simple, turn-key is the answer," stated Art Reisman, CEO, NetEqualizer.com. Both organizations look forward to a long and successful business relationship.
The NetEqualizer is a plug-and-play bandwidth control appliance that is flexible and scalable. NetEqualizer's unique technology differs significantly from other appliances. It uses "behavior shaping" which dynamically and automatically controls network flow for the best WAN Optimization. It is built on Linux and works with all operating systems. It has been on the market in its present form for a year and a half.
APConnections is a privately held company founded in 2003 and is based in Lafayette, Colorado (http://www.netequalizer.com). CompUSA, Inc., a Dallas-based company, is one of the nation's leading retailers and resellers of technology products and services. It is known for providing the highest-quality programs, relationships and support to its customers. CompUSA currently operates more than 240 locations in more than 90 major metropolitan markets across the United States and Puerto Rico. In addition, CompUSA's Web site offers an assortment of more than 170,000 items (http://www.compusa.com). Media Contact:
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