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Endace greets APAC region with new Melbourne office

08 Mar 17

Network recording and network history playback specialist Endace is establishing hub in Asia Pacific with the opening of its new office in Melbourne this week.

The new Melbourne hub will support the company’s Australian and Asia Pacific customers and will also provide room for business expansion in the region.

“Australia and New Zealand have always been strategic regions for us, despite the bulk of revenue coming from the EMEA and US regions.  We have some key customers in this region which we work closely with,” says Endace CEO Stuart Wilson.

“The new Melbourne office provides a base for supporting our Australian and Asia Pacific customers, and gives us room to scale up as business in the APAC region grows,” he continues.

Endace is not only growing its Asia Pacific presence but also its US presence with two new office set to be opened to support its operations. 

“We’re seeing business growing in all regions, and our partnerships with partners such as Cisco, Plixer, Dynatrace and others are helping to fuel that growth,” Wilson says.

Endace’s network history recording and playback enables cybersecurity threat investigation, data breaches, network and application troubleshooting.

The Melbourne office will be formally opened on Friday.

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