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CLEAR And Logical Networks Announce Partnership

CLEAR Communications will offer managed network services powered by Logical Networks under an agreement signed today.

CLEAR will resell Logical services in addition to its existing range of services, increasing its ability to tailor managed networks to specific customer requirements.

The three-year agreement includes services such as:
 LAN/WAN management
 * Help desk services
 * Web-based reporting
 * Telehousing and disaster recovery
 * Server management
 * Desktop configuration management
 * Security services.

CLEAR Communications' Managed Network Services Manager Andrew Johnstone says the new partnership enhances CLEAR's product range whilst providing it with a strategic partner in the market.

Managed network services allow customers to focus their valuable resources on their core business by having CLEAR supply and manage their data network and equipment.

Logical encompasses all the network-based systems integration and services elements within the UK-headquartered Datatec Group. Logical provides complete networking solutions, ebusiness consulting services and Web integration capabilities to a growing set of multinational customers. Logical operations are located in the UK, Europe, USA, South America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.

ENDS

For further information contact Rochelle Lockley Communications Manager - Commercial CLEAR Communications Ph: (09) 912 4104 Office Ph: (021) 763 784 Mobile David Tse New Zealand Marketing Manager Logical Networks Ph: (09) 359 4003 Ph: (021) 986 784


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