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Dasent brings Sanyo Security to NZ

13 Jun 10

The new team at Connector Systems being assembled by ex Renaissance staffers Mark Dasent and Kevin Swainson has delivered another new brand for the Auckland based distributor. Sanyo Security will join the company over the next few weeks.

Although the Sanyo brand is well known for its consumer electronics, the security division is a specialist in digital video security solutions that compete with leading brands Sony & Axis.

Its solutions include the cameras, recorders, processing systems and monitors.

Dasent sees an opportunity to sell these cameras through Connector Systems cabling channel partners as well as those in the IT sector.

If you are looking for more info on Connector read our previous stories:

Connector Systems lures more Renaissance staff

Dasent joins Connector Systems

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