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Axis names top channel partners

09 Aug 11

ADT Armourguard and Channel Ten were among the channel partners rewarded by surveillance technology vendor Axis Communications at its partner summit recently.


Axis, which provides IP network video surveillance systems, named ADT Armourguard Outstanding System Integrator of the Year, New Zealand, with Blake Systems & Controls taking the same award for Australia.


Auckland-based Channel Ten Security Imports was named Outstanding Distributor of the Year. 


System Integrator of the Year was Honeywell Pacific, and Distributor of the Year was LAN 1. 


Pictured, left to right: Axis Communications CEO, Ray Mauritsson; ADT Armourguard Auckland regional manager, David Tombs; Axis Communications Asia-Pacific regional director, Oh Tee Lee. 

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