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NetComm signs Connector Systems

08 Jul 10

NetComm has appointed Connector Systems as distributor of its 3G industrial routers and full range of commercial products.

Mark Dasent, General Manager for Connector System’s Networking and Wireless Group, said the deal will provide good opportunities for its reseller base. "We already do a lot of work in the Industrial space so this is a good fit for us.”

He added, "Mobile networks have matured and the demand by customers to choose a single-base product design from NetComm that utilises a common, universal cellular technology is increasing.

Connector plans to offer a strong local and regional foundation to assist with NetComm’s growth plans for New Zealand’s expanding cellular broadband market.

"The past restrictions of mobile coverage, speed, latency and price continue to disappear with the emergence of mega-bit speed networks providing 97% population coverage at a reasonable cost,” Dasent continued. "Cellular networks are now viable transports for real-time data intensive communications in either primary or back-up applications.”

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