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Allied Telesis appoints another distributor

29 Jul 13

Exeed Limited has signed with global networking company Allied Telesis to distribute its range of products to the New Zealand market.

“Allied Telesis is a very innovative company, creating standards-based IP networks that connect a wide range of core business functions," said Justin Tye, managing director, Exeed.

“Exeed is excited to expand its networking offering to our resellers who will benefit from a strong support offering and a larger portfolio of networking products including media converters, network interface cards and commercial grade routers.”

With a range of networking products within the portfolio, Allied Telesis Enterprise customers can build complete end-to-end networking solutions through a single vendor, with core-to-edge technologies ranging from 10GbE and 40GbE switches right through to small desktop switches.

“Exeed has a strong commercial reseller base and a proven successful formula working within the markets that are growing strongly for us across the world," said Paul Batchelor, managing director, Allied Telesis.

"We are confident that our partnership with Exeed will grow Allied Telesis New Zealand business.”

Allied Telesis has a strong presence in New Zealand with around 150 people employed at the company's labs in Christchurch.

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