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BRAIN FORCE Channel Offers ipoque Products

06-25-2009 08:11 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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Leipzig/ Langen, June 24, 2009 – BRAIN FORCE Channel, a division of BRAIN FORCE Software in Langen near Frankfurt, teams up with ipoque, the leading European provider of Internet traffic management solutions. Starting today, BRAIN FORCE sells ipoque’s PRX Traffic Managers in Switzerland, Italy and Turkey.

„While other companies reduce their channel activities, ipoque extends its network. We benefit from BRAIN FORCE’s solid position in the market and their broad experience in the EMEA region. BRAIN FORCE helps us to develop new markets and to use the potential of existing markets,“ says Klaus Mochalski, CEO of ipoque.

Timur Oezcan, responsible Channel Manager at BRAIN FORCE, adds: „The cooperation with ipoque assures our position in the area of infrastructure optimization. Clients and partners get everything from one source: monitoring, analysis and network optimization. With ipoque’s PRX Traffic Manager, we can offer an innovative solution for the growing challenges of more complex network infrastructures.” With its channel products BRAIN FORCE supports customers` ICT infrastructure to be well-manageable and efficient.

Efficient Management of Network Traffic
PRX Traffic Manager offers network operators a comprehensive and cost-effective bandwidth management solution enabling them to monitor and control network traffic per application and per subscriber. The appliance makes the network activities more transparent and is able to prioritize, shape and block classified traffic. BRAIN FORCE offers all PRX Traffic Manager models: from the small PRX-20 to the carrier-grade PRX-10G.

About ipoque
ipoque is the leading European provider of deep packet inspection (DPI) solutions for Internet traffic management and analysis. Designed for Internet service providers, enterprises and educational institutions, ipoque's PRX Traffic Manager allows organizations to effectively monitor, shape and optimize their network applications. These include the most critical and hard-to-detect protocols used for peer-to-peer file sharing (P2P), instant messaging (IM), Voice over IP (VoIP), tunneling and media streaming, but also many legacy applications. For further information see

BRAIN FORCE, a leading IT company, provides software and services. The company is specialized in integrating business solutions, optimizing ICT infrastructures and recruiting IT-experts. The solutions are based on best practices, effective services and innovative products. Customers reduce their total cost of ownership, improve their productivity and accelerate their business. BRAIN FORCE, headquartered in Vienna/Austria, is present in 12 locations in seven European countries and employs more than 1,100 members of staff. The company generated revenues of more than 100 million € in 2008 and is listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange. For further information go to

Press Contact
Kristin Wolf | Corporate Communications | ipoque
Mozartstr. 3 | 04107 Leipzig | Germany
phone +49-341- 59 40 30 | fax +49-341- 59 40 30 19
kristin.wolf[at] |

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