2014 Network Connectivity Partner Program Guide

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Program: Emulex Connect Partner Program

3333 Susan Street
Costa Mesa, CA, 92626, US


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Program Description:
Emulex is a leader in network connectivity, monitoring and management, providing hardware and software solutions for global networks that support enterprise, cloud, government and telecommunications. Emulex's products enable unrivaled end-to-end application visibility, optimization and acceleration. The Company's I/O connectivity offerings, including its line of ultra high-performance Ethernet and Fibre Channel-based connectivity products, have been designed into server and storage solutions from leading OEMs, including Cisco, Dell, EMC, Fujitsu, Hitachi, HP, Huawei, IBM, NetApp and Oracle, and can be found in the data centers of nearly all of the Fortune 1000. Emulex's monitoring and management solutions, including its portfolio of network visibility and recording products, provide organizations with complete network performance management at speeds up to 100Gb Ethernet. Emulex is headquartered in Costa Mesa, Calif., and has offices and research facilities in North America, Asia and Europe.

Program Highlights:
The Emulex Connect Partner Program (ECPP) is a three-tiered partner community that has been named to CRN Magazine's 5-Star Partner Programs Guide repeatedly over the last few years. The ECCP provides our partners with the tools, training, support and information required to promote and sell network and storage connectivity solutions. In addition, the ECPP offers resellers and their representatives lucrative incentives throughout the sales cycle. So whether resellers currently sell servers, storage or networking solutions, Emulex has industry-leading products and programs to extend their offering and significantly increase margins while enabling the highest-performing data centers across the globe.

Program Manager:
Shawn Pattock
Senior Channel Marketing Manager

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