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Connector Systems agrees distie deal with Aruba Networks

06 Aug 13

Connector System has announced a distribution agreement with Aruba Networks, which will see the company distribute the entire product range.

Terms of the deal means the company will be distributing products which encompass Wireless LAN, Remote Networking, Wired Access, Outdoor Mesh, Access Management and Network Management.

"As a world-wide market leader and innovator of wireless solutions, Aruba Networks is a truly global company with a quality reputation," Connector Systems said.

"Aruba has a mature and comprehensive channel enablement program which we look forward to taking to the market."

The announcement follows news that Connector Systems and Unitrends have also signed a distribution agreement, bringing unified data protection without limits to the ANZ Markets.

Distributing the entire Unitrends product range, the Value Added Distributor will take charge of stock including Hardware Appliances, Virtual Appliances and Cloud Protection.

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