Why FireEye (FEYE) Stock Is Up Today

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- FireEye (FEYE) was gaining 4.7% to $35.21 Wednesday after announcing a new partnership with Lilien Systems.

Lilien Systems, a subsidiary of Sysorex (SYRX) , will partner with FireEye through the company's FireEye Fuel Partner Program. The partnership will help clients implement, integrate, and manage their systems with FireEye's security platform through Lilien System's knowledge of IT systems and security.

""Lilien Systems has a long history of helping customers manage their IT infrastructure and the security expertise to help customers choose the right FireEye solutions to keep their network secure," FireEye vice president of worldwide channels and alliances Steve Pataky said in a statement.

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