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BlueCat Networks opens Beijing and Shanghai offices in response to rapidly-increasing demand for its DDI (DNS, DHCP and IPAM) Solution in China

BlueCat Networks, the IPAM Intelligence™ company, today announced it is investing multi-million USD in Asia Pacific (APAC) as part of its continued aggressive expansion in the region. With its customer base in China growing rapidly, BlueCat Networks has started its investment by opening offices in Beijing and Shanghai (http://cn.bluecatnetworks.com). The offices will be tasked with meeting the rapidly-increasing demand for BlueCat Networks' DDI (DNS, DHCP and IP Address Management (IPAM)) solution in China.

"With demand for BlueCat's DDI solution exploding in Asia Pacific, we are investing millions of U.S. dollars in the region," said Dean Bell, Vice President, Middle East & Asia Pacific, BlueCat Networks. "In the last six months, BlueCat has strengthened its infrastructure in the APAC region by hiring senior sales and technical staff with excellent local market knowledge to provide highly-qualified support to our rapidly-growing channel program and customer base," Bell continued. "China is a key component of our APAC expansion strategy, and so we have opened an office in Beijing and an office in Shanghai to ensure BlueCat is ideally positioned to provide the products and skilled, local IT knowledge to support the exponential growth in demand we are experiencing in China."

Having already successfully established an office in Hong Kong, BlueCat Networks is now well positioned in three key cities in Greater China. Headed by Simon Wong, BlueCat Networks' Regional Director, Greater China/South Korea and staffed by sales and technical professionals with excellent local market knowledge, the three offices will provide high-quality channel and customer support to North Asia.

"The opening of our Shanghai and Beijing offices will greatly stregthen BlueCat's market standing in China," said Simon Wong, Regional Director, Greater China/South Korea, BlueCat Networks. "The growing concern about the migration from IPv4 to IPv6 as well as the fast adoption of internet and mobile technologies in China is driving the strong market demand for IPv6-ready IPAM, DNS and DHCP solutions," Wong continued. "We are now excellently positioned to be a leader in this expansive market for IP technologies and solutions."

With the exponential growth in IP and MAC addresses and domain names, BlueCat Networks' IPv6- and DNSSEC-ready DDI solutions solve critical network management issues by centrally managing, controlling and auditing IPv4, IPv6, DNS and DNSSEC networks. BlueCat Networks' recently-launched Proteus Cloud Services is the first Managed DNS Service that manages external and internal DNS and DHCP from a single Web-based user interface — making it simpler and more cost effective for organizations to manage their networks.

BlueCat Networks' IP Address Management (IPAM) solution integrates with Microsoft Windows DNS and DHCP to simplify network management by making it easy for administrators to fully integrate IP inventory tracking and allocation, along with DNS and DHCP management. Administrators can design networks with a simple conceptual view, then deploy and manage them across the organization. When managing DNS and DHCP, BlueCat Networks' IPAM solution becomes "mission control," offering full command and customization of configurations from a central, secure Web-based interface to make it simple to eliminate all IPAM problems by centrally managing and auditing IPv4, IPv6, DNS and DNSSEC networks.

Founded in 2001, BlueCat Networks global offices include Toronto, Philadelphia, Newport Beach, Reston, Naperville and Atlanta in North America; London, Germany, Italy and Amsterdam in Europe; and Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, and Singapore in APAC. For a free trial of BlueCat Networks' VMware Ready™ Proteus IPAM solution and Adonis DNS/DHCP solution, please visit http://www.bluecatnetworks.com/free-trial.

BlueCat Networks

About BlueCat Networks – BlueCat Networks is the Leader in IP Address Management (IPAM) and DNS (DNSSEC)/DHCP Core Services, including the centralized management of Microsoft Windows® DNS/DHCP services. Available in, software (VMware), hardware (appliance) and Managed Service (Proteus Cloud Services) formats, BlueCat Networks has sold to a large number of Global Fortune 1000 companies and many classified and unclassified government agencies. Learn More

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