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Revera joins Enterprise Solution Provider Prog

Revera joins CA’s Enterprise Solution Provider Programme

Wellington, 26 June 2006 – Information technology management software company CA has signed Revera to its Enterprise Solution Provider (ESP) Programme. The ESP programme gives Revera access to the full range of CA solutions to deliver to its customers.

Rob Martyn, Revera general manager strategic growth, says the partnership will play a key role in Revera’s move to incorporate leading infrastructure and service management vendors in its computing infrastructure provision business.

“Many of CA’s products work well in multi-tenanted hosting environments so we expect to bring something new to our VDC (Virtual Data Centre) customers, particularly in data management and archiving. From what we’ve seen, CA is a very strong player in this space, so they’re an important addition to our family.”

George Hladilo, CA New Zealand manager - channels, George Hladilo, says this is a new strategic relationship with an important partner. “Revera has made great inroads into the fast growing infrastructure provision market so we’re very pleased to get them onboard and play a part in their infrastructure services delivery business.”

Mr Hladilo said the ESP programme enables CA to evolve its reseller relationships in a mutually beneficial way. “By combining our resources we can meet the end customers’ need for an end-to-end solution, with integrated security, enterprise management and storage solutions.”

ESP partnerships ensure the end customer gets the right CA solution, supported by a team trained and certified in CA technology. For more information about the ESP programme, see www.ca.com/partners/esp.

ENDS

About CA
CA (NYSE:CA), one of the world's largest management software companies, delivers software and services across operations, security, storage, life cycle and service management to optimise the performance, reliability and efficiency of enterprise IT environments. Founded in 1976, CA is headquartered in Islandia, NY, and serves customers in more than 140 countries. CA is the Principal Partner of the CA Brumbies. For more information, please visit http://www.ca.com.

About Revera
Revera is a leading New Zealand provider of high-integrity computing infrastructure and services that keep business IT running and information safe and accessible. Its trans-Tasman data centre facilities serve as the trusted guardian of business critical systems and information for hundreds of business customers.
http://www.revera.co.nz

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