SCOPE ME to distribute A10 Networks

Mark Edge, Sales Director - EMEA, A10 Networks

Leading Application Networking and IPv6 Migration solutions provider, A10 Networks today announced the appointment of Scope Middle East (SCOPE ME) as its distributor for the Middle East region.

SCOPE ME with its value-added approach for for A10 Networks’ AX Series Application Delivery Controllers, expects to grab a size able market share in the Middle East region for the Application Delivery Controller market which is currently valued at USD 20 million annually in the region.

“The Middle East holds great potential for our application networking products. Scope’s astute understanding of this market, technical capabilities and strong channel presence in the region will allow A10 to accelerate our business expansion. We look forward to a successful partnership with Scope and market penetration through contract wins in the government, finance, manufacturing and other key sectors.”  said Mark Edge, Sales Director – EMEA, A10 Networks.

The AX Series Application Delivery Controllers are new generation server load balancers with the industry’s best price/performance, which help enterprises and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to scale and maximize application availability through the world’s most advanced application delivery platform. It is revolutionary by current market standards due to its award winning Advanced Core Operating System (ACOS) with a native multi-core CPU, shared memory architecture, which is exponentially faster and more scalable than other systems on the market.

Commenting on the partnership, Fadi AbuEkab, Chief Executive Officer of SCOPE ME said, “Scope is proud to be appointed as A10 Networks’ value-added distributor and we are excited to be offering the vendor’s cutting-edge technology to our channel partners and clients. This tie-up plays to our key strengths of providing application delivery, IPv6 migration and virtualization solutions. We are confident that the products will have a good uptake by clients in the region.”