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ANZ revenue up for Watchguard Technologies

ANZ revenue up for Watchguard Technologies

WatchGuard Technologies posted increased global Q3 revenues and profits including 29 percent growth in the ANZ region.

CEO Joe Wang says the quarter is an auspicious sign for WatchGuard, its channel partners and customers as it shows solid demand for the company’s offerings.

“Security threats are becoming more elusive, sophisticated and powerful, and many businesses around the globe are turning to WatchGuard as their security vendor of choice, rather than relying on monolithic networking vendors to provide network, application and data security.”

A number of countries achieved double digit revenue growth. China posted 54 percent sequential growth and Japan achieved 53 percent year over year growth.

North, Central and Latin America posted growth of 16 percent year over year growth and 14.6 percent sequential growth.

The figures do not include revenues generated by BorderWare Technologies, a company that WatchGuard acquired during Q3 of this year.


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