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Expressonline and IronKey to part ways

Expressonline and IronKey to part ways

Expressonline drops IronKey from product portfolio

Expressonline says internal changes mean the distributor will be dropping IronKey from their product portfolio in New Zealand at the end of March.

"We are continuing the focus on our core vendors and will be expanding the product ranges - especially with Huawei as we release their VDI solution and their Eudemon Firewall products to the market shortly," Expressonline ANZ business manager - Huawei Enterprise Vaughan Nankivell told Reseller News.

IronKey dropped Duo as a distributor last year to go solo with Simms, which was then acquired by Expressonline. The partnership came into effect in August last year.


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