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WildPackets Extends Global Channel Footprint

International Momentum Continues with Channel Partnerships in Australia, Greece, and Japan

Walnut Creek, Calif. - January 28, 2009 –; WildPackets® Inc., WildPackets, Inc. (, a leading provider of network and application analysis solutions, today announced international channel distribution partnerships with Kestrel Information Systems (Greece), CommsForce (Australia), and an expanded agreement with dit Company (Japan).

WildPackets continues to grow its international partner network--now numbering more than 50 partners spanning 60 countries across five continents--forging new relationships around the globe and leveraging the expertise of local technology firms with deep domain experience in network management, troubleshooting and optimization.

"We value the experience and regional market leadership of our international partners," said Tony Barbagallo, vice president of marketing at WildPackets. "Deep local roots play a significant role in our strategy to expand globally and Kestrel Information Systems, CommsForce and dit are excellent partners for WildPackets in their geographies."

With more than 50 years of combined experience in the IT and telecommunications industry, WildPackets' new Australian distribution partner, CommsForce, is a technology product and services-based organization that offers a great deal of experience in the selection and management of IT and Telecommunication products and services.

Kestrel Information Systems, based in Greece, covers Balkan countries including Greece, Cyprus, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, and Albania. They provide integrated information technology and telecommunications solutions strategically designed to match customer needs.

"As more organizations move operations abroad, we are seeing a significant demand for distributed network management solutions," said Leonidas Vasilakakis, sales manager at Kestrel Information Systems S.A. "We are pleased to partner with WildPackets and are committed to providing the highest quality solutions to companies in the region."

In Japan, WildPackets has expanded a successful 18 year partnership with dit Company, whose enterprise customers include Canon, Inc., NEC Communication System, Sony Corporation, Toshiba Corporation, Fujitsu Limited, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., and Nintendo. dit has also introduced WildPackets' solution in the education segment with world-renowned institutions such as Tokyo University and Keio University as customers.

"The maturity and acceptance of WildPackets' OmniPeek network analysis solution in the Japanese marketplace was a major factor in our decision to expand our partner agreement with WildPackets," said Terry Takenaka, Director of dit. "As our team considered ease of use, adaptability, scalability, extensibility and of course, cost - WildPackets is clearly the leading vendor in the market."

WildPackets channel program provides partners the ability to profit from industry-recognized, best-in-class networking technology and a differentiated marketing strategy that emphasizes affordability, accessibility, and mobility. For more information, please visit

About WildPackets, Inc.

WildPackets develops hardware and software solutions that drive network performance, enabling organizations of all sizes to analyze, troubleshoot, optimize, and secure their wired and wireless networks. WildPackets products are sold in over 60 countries and deployed in all industrial sectors. Customers include Boeing, Chrysler, Fidelity, Motorola, Nationwide, and over 80 percent of the Fortune 1000. WildPackets is a Cisco Technical Development Partner (CTDP).

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