Raritan ramps up local operations

Solution used in 50,000 data centres worldwide

IT infrastructure management vendor, Raritan, is ramping up Australian operations with a new office and additional staff.

Claiming its local customer base has increased 110 percent, Raritan has expanded its local footprint with a new office in Sydney.

The company's first Australian office was opened in Melbourne in the year 2000.

Newly appointed Asia Pacific sales director, Gary Hull, said today the vendor has more than 500 local customers using its range of KVM and ITSM solutions.

Local customers include the Department of Defence, Optus, La Trobe University, RailCorp NSW and Australia Post.

"Our solutions are used to manage more than 50,000 data centres worldwide," Hull added.

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