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Connector signs E-Senza disti deal

16 Nov 10

Connector Systems has been snapped up by E-Senza Technologies as the New Zealand distributor of its wireless device networking product range.

E-Senza is a developer and manufacturer of wireless device networking products and solutions for connectivity between sensors, instruments, actuators, meters and systems.

E-Senza says that as Connector’s customers are largely from the enterprise networking sector, it’s a perfect fit for its wireless device networking products.

"In the agriculture market there are currently a few small New Zealand based OEMs who offer basic wireless monitoring for frost protection, but nothing as advanced and flexible as E-Senza system,” said E-Senza in a statement.

Dale Smith, Managing Director of Connector Systems, added, "We are excited about the technology and functionality that E-Senza offers to a large range of commercial applications. Wireless monitoring technology will be an essential tool for developing and existing businesses across our agriculture, horticulture and viticulture industries. E-Senza offers the customer an exceptional solution in this regard."

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