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Avnet Cloud Service enters Australia and New Zealand

16 Aug 2012

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Avnet Technology Solutions has announced the launch of Avnet Cloud Services to the Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) reseller channel. This service allows resellers to enter the fast growing cloud services market with no upfront investment and provides a ready-to-go cloud business practice.

Avnet Cloud Services is part of the newly created Avnet Services division of Avnet Technology Solutions (ANZ) and specializes in virtualization and disaster recovery solutions. The Avnet Australia datacenters and support operation are ISO 27001 and ASIO T4 security-certified.

The Avnet Cloud Services' key capabilities include customizable proprietary and white label services for resellers, rebate system and 24/7 technical support.

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