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IGEL signs with Connector Systems

18 Jun 12

Thin client solution specialists IGEL have announced an ANZ distribution agreement with local distributor Connector Systems.

The company produces a wide range of thin client software and hardware, including solutions based on both Linux and Microsoft Windows.

Kevin Swainson, general manager of networking and security and Connector Systems, adds that the company’s technology is suitable for organisations of any size.

"The IGEL thin client terminals provide a complete range from entry level to advanced features,” Swainson says, "offering customers a wide choice of options for cloud and server based computing.

"We are very excited by the opportunity that IGEL offers not only to Connector Systems but our customers.”

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