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Australian Software Company Signs New Chinese Partner

Collaboration software company Atlassian has expanded its affiliate network into China.

The Chinese Software Developer Network, one of the largest developer communities in China, has signed on as Atlassian's newest partner.

CSDN will sponsor an Atlassian microsite and a series of accompanying offline events to provide Chinese users access to and information on Atlassian software, and to help support the company's highly scalable self-service business model.

The CSDN affiliate partnership will support Atlassian User Groups, and leverage CSDN's industry, cloud, mobile and software development forums from around the country.

Atlassian will continue to support its customers in China, its protectorates and Taiwan through the company's legendary customer support and network of Expert Partners in China. Click here to learn more about Atlassian's international partner channel.

CSDN says it has more than 24 million registered users and 500,000 enterprises as partnership members.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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