Versa Networks and Infinigate partner

New partnership agreement enhances Infinigate security portfolio and supports Versa’s expansion into EMEA markets.

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Versa Networks and Infinigate have signed a partnership agreement to deliver Unified SASE to enterprises across the EMEA region. The partnership is an extension on the relationship Versa Networks had established with Nuvias, now an integral part of the Infinigate Group.


Versa’s full product suite which provides end-to-end solutions that both simplify and secure the modern network is available now from Infinigate to enterprises and partners, including resellers, Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Value Added Resellers (VARs), across Europe and the Middle East Available in the cloud, on-premise, or a combination of both, Versa brings together solutions that solve the security and networking concerns plaguing organisations and MSPs. Versa Unified SASE securely and reliably connects home workers, branch workers and users to applications, while decreasing latency, reducing complexity, and enhancing visibility across the entire network.


By extending the prior Nuvias relationship across Europe and the Middle East, the partnership with Infinigate signifies Versa Network’s continued commitment and investment within the region.


Martin MacKay, Chief Revenue Officer at Versa Networks, comments: “Organisations are continuing to seek ways in which they can build agile and secure networks and we’re seeing increasing demand across the region for a SASE solution that enables organisations to ensure the security of its users, applications, and workloads – anywhere, anytime. Infinigate’s market reach and cyber security expertise is unrivalled, and we share a common vision and business goals. By working together, we can now make the possibilities and promises of SASE a reality for enterprises in Europe and the Middle East.”


For Infinigate, Versa brings a portfolio of SASE, Secure SD-WAN, and SSE solutions that specifically targets the enterprise market and complements its extensive vendor portfolio by opening new revenue streams for partners. Helping partners navigate the complex SASE market, Infinigate will provide hands-on support to identify and deliver solutions that address customer demands and requirements.


“Gartner expects the SASE market to grow to $14.7 billion as early as 2025. Our partnership with Versa Networks brings new growth opportunities to our partners across the EMEA region by offering access to a leading Unified SASE solution that complements our existing portfolio,” adds Andreas Bechtold, President Europe, at Infinigate. “Expanding our successful partnership with Versa Networks across a wider territory is the next logical step for us and collaborating with an innovator fits right into our strategic priorities.”

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