Elitecore to expand into the Middle-East

DQW Bureau
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Elitecore Technologies Ltd, an Internet management and convergent billing

solutions provider from India, is expanding its opera-tions into the Middle-East

and African markets. At GITEX 2004, it will launch Cyberoam, its Internet

management solution for enterprises and 24online, its subscriber and bandwidth

man-agement solution for service providers.

Elitecore has a global prese-nce with offices in India and USA. "We see

immense poten-tial in the Middle-East and African nations," said Nikhil

Jain, President and COO, Elitecore. "Hence we are laun-ching Cyberoam and

24online at GITEX. Our focus on future trends and continuous inno-vation has

given us strong solutions that address the market needs. We are building a

strong channel partner net-work to expand the market for our solutions in these

regions. We expect sales of over $ one million during this launch year," he


Cyberoam solves Internet-related problems in corporate, government

organizations and educational institutions. It provides content filtering,

bandwidth management and security within a single solution to enterprises. In

addition, it manages email and reduces load on WAN links. It also helps control

printing costs in an enterprise.


24online is a subscriber and bandwidth management solu-tion for service

providers who offer Internet on wireline and wireless networks. 24online helps

in bandwidth control and providing quality of Service.

"We see good potential for Cyberoam and 24online in the middle-east and

African mar-kets," said Jain. "A strong chan-nel partner network will

form the core sales and distribution strategy. It is a winning propo-sition

offering good margins. We shall offer extensive support and participation in the

form of promotions and technical training," he added.

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