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Connector Systems signs second deal this week

30 Mar 12

New Zealand distributors Connector Systems have landed their second distribution deal this week, signing up to handle mobile device security brand Bradford Networks in ANZ.

he distributor will be responsible for the US company’s Network Access Control (NAC) solution, Network Sentry, which is designed to combat the challenges of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend.

The deal follows an agreement with antenna specialists PCTEL, which was announced on Wednesday.

Vincent Ma, vice president of business development for Bradford Networks, says the company is seeing strong demand in this region, particularly in healthcare, education, and in the enterprise.

"Connector Systems understands our addressable market in this region,” Ma says, "and has a strong presence to help us grow our footprint.”

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