Global technology provider Arrow Electronics, a member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), has signed an EMEA-wide distribution agreement with Oracle Communications.
Adding to Arrow’s existing Oracle portfolio, Oracle Communications is a provider of integrated communications and cloud solutions that help service providers and enterprises accelerate their digital transformation journey.
This agreement encompasses key Oracle technologies, including the market-leading Session Border Controller (formerly Acme Packet), SD-WAN (formerly Talari Networks) and cloud-based network monitoring and management solutions. It creates significant opportunities for the IT channel to scale and secure unified communications and WAN environments, incorporating the world’s leading technology vendors’ solutions. The technologies enable enterprise customers to move to the cloud and cloud communications platforms at a time when collaborative technologies such as video conferencing have become business critical.
Alexis Brabant, vice president of sales for Arrow`s enterprise computing solutions business in EMEA, said, “As organisations acclimatise to flexible working, enabling employees to work remotely, it is driving enterprises to evaluate their voice and data networks. The addition of Oracle Communications’ portfolio complements our current unified communications, security and networking solutions support our existing channel go-to-market strategy around securing and evolving networks to meet evolving customer requirements for remote and mobile working. It also offers partner enablement, including training and Oracle certification.”
“Recognising that network security and scale become even more critical to success as enterprises continue to support remote work scenarios, we are excited to extend our security-first enterprise communications solutions through Arrow,” said Andrew Morawski, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications. “These industry-leading technologies will empower our sales partners to help companies transform digital workplaces for the future.”