Tanaza and Linksys extend cloud management partnership
Tanaza and Linksys, part of Belkin International and Foxconn Interconnect Technology (FIT) (HK:6088), are to extend their cloud management partnership and enhance the capabilities and benefits of the Linksys Cloud Manager.
Linksys Cloud Manager, which resulted from the two firms’ 2018 partnership, will be enhanced by “integrating technologies from both companies”. a statement detailed: “The new agreement leverages more Tanaza technologies integrated on Linksys hardware platforms and fosters unparalleled development collaboration, acceleration and optimisation to create the ultimate cloud platform for business users.”
“Designed from the ground-up, it perfectly matches the requirements of modern cloud-based contexts, where responsiveness, real-time manageability, scalability, and seamless integration with the cloud infrastructure are paramount. Being able to provide all of this within the high-quality Linksys hardware that is widely available in most countries and Linksys’ award-winning customer service is simply fantastic. We have already started working on an extensive roadmap of enterprise-grade features to release over the next months. While the current Covid-19 pandemic will have an impact on the near-term, I still see a bright future for this partnership,” said Sebastiano Bertani, CEO and founder of Milan-based WiFi cloud management software company Tanaza, a Milan-based Wifi cloud management software company.
John Minasyan (pictured), Linksys director of product management, commercial products added: “With this deeper integration and collaboration, we will be able to take our Linksys Business Solutions to the next level. We’re eager to deliver a cloud experience that is fast and easy to use, yet powerful enough for sophisticated network administrators. When combined with enterprise-grade hardware and dedicated technical support that business customers can rely on, we’re confident that we will provide tremendous value to the market today and for years to come.”