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Alloy names Connector Systems NZ distrib

13 May 11

Australian video conferencing and networking company Alloy Computer Products has named Connector Systems as its distributor for New Zealand. 

Alloy's managing director John Williams said the partnership marks an important chapter for Alloy in New Zealand.  "Whilst we have worked closely with a number of New Zealand resellers over many years, Connector will provide channel infrastructure which will deliver a greater breadth of support services to local resellers and provide more timely access to those services and to product supply."

Connector Systems' managing director Dale Smith says the company is "hugely excited" to be partnering with Alloy. 

Connector Systems intends to concentrate initially on the product ranges in the IP-PBX, VOIP Gateway, IP phone and converged network switch technology areas. 

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