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Issue Date: January 2000 (es)

Cequrux announces Malaysian distribution deal

1 January 2000

Cequrux Technologies, the Internet security company, has announced that its Cape-developed software products are to be exported to Malaysia via an exclusive distribution agreement with Win Network Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Teliti Computers.
Under the terms of the agreement Teliti Computers will provide both sales and support for the Cequrux Firewall and Virtual Private Network products. The contract begins with immediate effect and has an estimated value of R5 million over the next two years.
"It is part of Cequrux's global expansion strategy initially to pursue less developed markets where buying patterns are not so firmly entrenched and Malaysia represents such an opportunity with its exploding Internet market," said Chris Pinkham, CEO of Cequrux.
"We were impressed with Teliti's mature, established and well-respected position as a leading systems integrator, clearly evidenced by its long list of blue-chip clients which include the Prime Minister's Department, Ministry of Defence and other government departments as well as a number of large financial institutions, Telekom Malaysia and Petronas. Teliti also has the right company profile to incorporate Cequrux products into a total business solution provided by an extensive and highly skilled support team," said Pinkham.
"Our partnering with Cequrux will enable us to offer an affordable, yet robust Internet security solution. The combination of strong authentication, compliance with international standards, superior quality and competitive prices afforded by Cequrux products will allow us to deliver real added value to our customers," said Mohamed Nasir, MD of Teliti Computers.
"We are convinced that the Malaysian government's commitment to hi-tech development, as testified by the creation of the Multimedia Super Corridor will also have a positive impact on the industry and will provide the platform for Cequrux to become the leading Internet security brand in the region," concluded Pinkham.
For details contact Chris Pinkham, CEO and President of Cequrux Technologies on e-mail:

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