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Connector buys Kalooma Technologies

02 Nov 10

Connector Systems’ Managing Director Dale Smith has confirmed to The Channel today that the company has purchased value added distributor, Kalooma Technologies.

Kalooma describes itself as a value added distribution company of network infrastructure products with a focus on wireless and security solutions.

Smith said, "Our goal is to become the place to go when
it comes to wireless projects for our resellers, and the marrying of Kalooma?s
wireless expertise and agencies with Connector Systems? already existing wireless
business will create a one-stop-shop for wireless products for any reseller in
the industry.

"We believe that, with the addition of Kalooma, Connector
Systems will be the largest and most extensive provider of wireless products in
the country.”

Systems wireless brands now include:

  • Aerohive

  • Allied Telesis

  • Amigopod

  • AirMagnet (part of Fluke Networks)

  • Bluesocket

  • E-Senza

  • Firetide

  • Lancom

  • Motorola

  • Ruckus

  • Trapeze

  • Westermo

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