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Expand Launches Pro Services

Expert consulting, implementation, and training services meet rising global demand for Expand's solutions

ROSELAND, N.J. -- Expand Networks, a leader in application acceleration over the wide area network (WAN), and positioned by Gartner in the Leaders Quadrant in their Magic Quadrant for WAN Optimization Controllers 2007, today announced the official launch of Expand Networks Professional Services. Expand has formalized its extensive menu of Professional Services that ensure maximum return on customers' investments and fast and efficient deployment of WAN optimization solutions around the globe, based on hundreds of successful customer implementations representing tens of thousands of units.

Expand Networks product and service offerings uniquely meet the growing need for efficient global communications over the WAN such as branch office, server replacement and consolidation, virtualization, satellite communications and low capacity, high latency links. The Professional Services program addresses customers’ needs with its focus on Project Planning and Implementation, Education, Support and Consulting proficiencies required to ensure effective deployment of WAN optimization solutions for highly distributed organizations. Expand Professional Services are available through the company’s extensive network of Solutions Partners and are delivered direct by Expand’s expert staff, who have developed best practice solutions and methodologies through years of in-depth, hands-on experience.

“Today’s complex WAN networks demand a streamlined, professional services approach in order to provide optimal performance, maximize results, and ensure a global and efficient delivery service,“ said Yaniv Holin, Director of Technical Services, Expand Networks. “As industry pioneers, we have spent a great deal of time listening to our customers to evaluate what they need beyond the actual hardware and software. Our vast and varied array of experts tailors solutions for customers that also scale to meet changing needs.”

Expand Networks Inc.

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