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BitDefender Expands D&H Agreement

BitDefender expands distribution agreement with D&H to include BitDefender's licensed products

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- BitDefender(R), an award- winning provider of antivirus software and data security solutions, announced today that it is expanding its original distribution agreement with D&H Distributing Company to now include BitDefender's full line of licensed products for SMBs.

D&H will continue to sell BitDefender's powerful security solutions to solution providers across the U.S., and under the expanded distribution pact, will offer BitDefender's licensed products for SMBs. D&H will also be distributing BitDefender directly to the education marketplace through D&H's channel of college bookstores, college focused retailers, VARs and system integrators.

"BitDefender is thrilled to expand our partnership with D&H to include licensed products for SMBs," said Keith Alston, BitDefender's director of channel sales. "We are continuing to work with the best channel partners, such as D&H, to diligently expand our North American customer base and provide consumers with the most reliable and comprehensive security solution available."

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