Expand Networks is a leading provider of Application Traffic Management solutions for the branch office. The company’s Accelerators take Application Traffic Management to the next level by employing a modular and intelligent application architecture that eliminates complexities associated with traditional traffic management solutions. The Accelerators automatically adapt to changes in traffic, remove WAN inefficiencies and maximize the performance of distributed enterprise applications. The Accelerators combine many unique features including next-generation WAN compression, application-specific acceleration, Layer 7 QoS and sophisticated monitoring and reporting. Expand has shipped over 20,000 Accelerator devices to more than 1,000 customers including Motorola, Continental Airlines and the United States Department of Defense. Expand Networks is headquartered in Roseland, New Jersey with offices in Australia, Germany, Israel, Italy, Singapore, South Africa, United Kingdom and throughout the United States.
For more information, please see: www.expand.com
Fujitsu Transaction Solutions Caribbean is a wholly owned subsidiary of the US$50-billion Fujitsu Group. Fujitsu integrates the core expertise of our skilled resources and Business Partners to deliver IT Infrastructure solutions and services that position our customers for growth. We offer strategic managed services that change and evolve in step with the most pressing business and technology issues, to reduce cost and complexity in our customers’ IT environment. Fujitsu has been operating in the Caribbean for over 50 years and has offices in Jamaica, Barbados, Trinidad and the Bahamas; including business agents in St. Vincent, Haiti, Anguilla, Antigua, Dominican Republic and Grenada, to serve the entire region.
For more information, please see: www.fujitsu.com/caribbean
Vice President, Marketing & Communications
Company:Fujitsu Caribbean, Central America and Mexico
Date: 04 January, 2005
City: Bridgetown, Barbados
Company: Fujitsu Transaction Solutions Inc., Expand Networks
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