Pulse Inc. Partners With Astaro to Grow Their Business

Updated: January 06, 2011

Wilmington, MA (Vocus/PRWEB ) April 6, 2010 -- Astaro Corporation (http://www.astaro.com), a leading Unified Threat Management provider, today announced that Pulse Inc., a value added distributor (VAD) of products and services for data communications, wide area networks and computer networking, has partnered with Astaro Corporation and will now offer their customers the complete line of Astaro’s information security products.

After speaking with several industry experts, Pulse Inc. determined joining Astaro’s partner community would further their mission of demonstrating to businesses, and organizations how they can cut costs through the use of technology while simultaneously enhancing productivity and competitiveness.

“When reviewing which products we want to offer our customers, the first question is what real benefits will this product add,” explained Gary Glasgall, Regional Director, Pulse Inc. “One of our largest customers asked about Astaro and seemed enthusiastic about the company and its products. After reviewing the product and Astaro’s partner program, joining Astaro’s partner community was a logical choice.”

Pulse also decided to partner with Astaro because they believe Astaro’s business model is poised to best meet the information security needs of their customers. This unique understanding of what customers truly need from their information security solutions will ensure that Pulse Inc. is able to offer proven market leading security solutions and services.

Glasgall continued: “We are confident our partnership with Astaro will help us develop and grow our businesses for the future. Our experience as an Astaro partner has been a positive one and we look forward to working with them as we introduce Astaro to our growing customer base.”

Astaro offers members of the Astaro partner community 360 degree sales support and other high value services to help maximize the benefits of joining the Astaro partner community. These services include marketing and public relations support as well as access to the latest security trends information.

“The growth and development of our partners is a top priority at Astaro,” said David Rogers, Vice President Americas at Astaro Corporation. We are pleased Pulse decided to become a member of our expanding community of partners and look forward to a long and successful relationship with them.”

About Pulse

Pulse, a global supplier of enabling technologies for Next Generation Networks with eight offices nationwide. provides innovative solutions for IP, VoIP, Wireless, SONET, Frame Relay, Signaling and Interface Conversion, Voice Compression and last mile extension. Pulse utilizes technology standards with time proven methodologies to enhance customers’ competitive capabilities. www.pulsewan.com

About Astaro Corporation

Astaro offers the most complete and easy to use Internet security appliances available. Astaro’s award-winning products provide the latest protection with the best total cost of ownership. Software, hardware and virtual appliance offerings provide users the flexibility to meet a wide variety of deployment scenarios. Distributed by a growing worldwide network of more than 2,500 resellers, Astaro products protect over 100,000 networks across 60 countries. Astaro, headquartered in Wilmington, Massachusetts, USA and Karlsruhe, Germany, offers free downloads of its products at www.astaro.com.

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