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Connector Systems taking Ruckus across the Tasman

16 Apr 2012

New Zealand-based IT distributors Connector Systems have expanded their deal with Ruckus Wireless to include sales in Australia via their recently acquired Techplus operation.

The move comes less than two weeks after the purchase of Techplus, which was announced on April 3.

Mark Dasent, general manager of Connector Systems’ wireless division, says the company has also made a new appointment to help drive the Australian operation, with the addition of Mathew Relph as a specialist business development manager working from the company’s Sydney office.

"Mathew has a long background in the Australian channel,” Dasent says, "and in particular around Ruckus products.

"We have enjoyed our relationship with Ruckus in New Zealand and we look forward to helping to continue and grow Ruckus in the Australian market.”

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