BTI Systems Expands European Channel Program With Imtech

BTI Systems, a provider of cloud and metro networking software and systems to content and service providers around the world, has announced a partnership with Imtech Telecom. Under terms of the agreement, BTI will team with the systems integrators to deliver comprehensive metro cloud and data center interconnect solutions to customers throughout Belgium and Luxembourg. 

Royal Imtech N.V. is active in 35 countries via 450 offices throughout Europe. Imtech Telecom is a systems integrator who specializes in delivering networking solutions. Imtech Telecom will now offer BTI Systems’ entire portfolio of Data Center Interconnect solutions, in addition to its 10/100G Wavelength and Ethernet Business Services solutions. 

imtech-telecom“Our customers’ networks are carrying ever-increasing levels of latency-sensitive traffic driven by the growing adoption of cloud services, mobility and video applications,” said Wim van den Broeck, General Director at Imtech Telecom. “We support these organizations to identify the best products and technologies available for those tasks, and then to deploy them in their networks.”

Portfolio BTI Systems

BTI’s portfolio includes the BTI 7800 Series Intelligent Cloud Connect – an open, converged, software-driven networking platform. Imtech Telecom will also offer the BTI 7000 Series – a compact, modular and “easy-to-use” packet optical networking system, the BTI 800 Series Access and Aggregation platform, and the BTI proNX Management and Control Software, a highly scalable SDN-architected software platform for comprehensive service management, SLA assurance and applications control. 

Imtech Telecom gives our global channel program even more experienced ‘feet on the ground’ in Europe,” said James Clegg, Senior Vice President of EMEA Sales at BTI Systems. “They’re respected for strong customer relations, technical expertise and a long-standing reputation in networking – all of which makes them especially compelling to data center operators and service providers seeking to drive new, high-capacity services more quickly and economically.”