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Exeed signs two new product ranges

10 Feb 10

The distributor has announced that it will now offer Luxul Wireless products and Lockitdown hardware security devices. 

Exeed is a specialist distributor of HP hardware and also distributes Microsoft, Watchguard, Netgear and PCLocs. 

The Lockitdown range includes security devices for PC, LCD and laptop security, which complements PC Locs range that Exeed added in August. Managing Director Justin Tye said that the Lockitdown range will perform well in the education sector as the company has gotten an increasing number of enquiries for hardware security from the education market.

The Luxul Wireless range has less of a focus on education as the technologies are designed to enhance the performance of standard networking equipment, especially in large coverage locations such as: hospitals, hotels, warehousing and rural locations. 

Tye said that the company has plans to offer the Luxul range on their own and as a bundle with Netgear WAP devices. 

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