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Datatrend and Entuity Team Up to Deliver Network Management Solutions

New Partners Have Over a Half Century of Combined Network Management Experience

BOSTON, MA and LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 05/06/14 -- Entuity®, a leading global provider of enterprise-class network management solutions, today announced a new reseller partnership agreement with Datatrend Technologies, Inc. As the newest member of the Entuity Global Channel Partner Network, Datatrend becomes an integral authorized reseller of Entuity network management solutions for the United States.

Headquartered in Minnetonka, MN, Datatrend delivers best-in-class technology services, including data center operations consulting and technology infrastructure solutions. For over 27 years, Datatrend has earned the respect of their customers through a corporate culture that exceeds their customers' expectations. They are considered a trusted business and technology advisor offering effective solutions and outstanding support. Specific industries served include: financial services, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, and retail.

"We look forward to this new relationship," said Warner Schlais, president of the Technology Services Division. "The addition of Entuity Network Management to our portfolio will help our clients optimize and take network management to the next level. Datatrend understands that networks are key to high-availability operations, and we are always looking for proven products to keep our customers on the forefront of technology and IT performance."

Entuity is the ideal enterprise class network management alternative to multiple, disparate, un-integrated, network tools at one end of the spectrum, and expensive, high-maintenance, decades old platform solutions at the other. Entuity has been acclaimed by analysts and customers alike for its rapid installation, fast time-to-expertise, immediate return on investment, and ease of management and administration. Entuity empowers network managers to take charge of their networks with unrivaled enterprise-class management capabilities. In addition, Entuity makes virtually all collected data easily accessible by other applications and can be readily integrated with other management tools with minimal time and effort.

"Our reseller partnership with Datatrend, coupled with their exceptional reputation in the IT marketplace, will contribute to the steady growth of Entuity," remarked Peter Licursi, vice president global sales at Entuity. "We are extremely pleased that Datatrend has identified Entuity as an innovative network management solution and anticipate a valuable mutual relationship."

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About Datatrend
Founded in 1987, Datatrend Technologies is a national solutions provider dedicated to helping companies leverage Datatrend's technology expertise and solutions to optimize their IT environments and enhance their business. Datatrend specializes in best-in-class technology services including data center consulting, technology infrastructure solutions such as server and data storage solutions, and network infrastructure services including structured cabling installation and network services project management. With a culture that drives extremely high customer and employee satisfaction, Datatrend is able to provide exceptional thought leadership, quality support, and effective solutions. Datatrend takes an intimate approach to meet customer needs with a relentless attention to detail, earning the respect of customers everywhere as a trusted advisor on business and technology issues.

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About Entuity
Entuity is a leading independent provider of network management software for both large and small networks supporting enterprises worldwide. Entuity integrates all the requisite, contemporary network management functionality including automated, continual discovery of inventory and topology; configuration monitoring; advanced event management and root cause analysis; elemental and application flow performance monitoring; extensive reporting and use of dashboards; and an open data access approach; all in a single, operationally efficient solution.

Built on an intelligent, enterprise-class architecture, Entuity delivers unprecedented scalability to cost effectively and effortlessly accommodate new technologies and unlimited network expansion. Leveraging this innovative architecture, Entuity's all-in-one solution equips IT organizations to deliver network predictability and control through a high degree of automation and comprehensive metrics. By using Entuity, enterprises, system integrators and managed service providers easily manage network services and assets to meet service level commitments for reliable, always-on service delivery.

Entuity is highly regarded for its rapid deployment, ease of use, and low cost of ownership. Entuity customers include a wide array of organizations from a diverse set of industries, including Airports Company South Africa, Sanofi, Astra Zeneca, Loblaw, Dell Computer, Pernod Ricard, Grupo Modelo, Toyota, Hilton Hotels, Cisco/WebEx, Air China, Telefonica, and WorldPay. For more information, please visit or call +1 508 357 6344 (North and South America) or +44 (0) 20 7444 4800 (EMEA).

Entuity and the Entuity logo are registered trademarks of Entuity, Ltd. All other marks and names mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.

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