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Renaissance signs Micronet deal

29 Oct 10

Renaissance will offer the Taiwan-based manufacturer’s full range of network infrastructure products, for home and SOHO users all the way up to solutions for enterprise customers including Wireless, IP surveillance, VoIP and IPBX products.

“The Renaissance Group is focused on enabling creativity in the digital economy in New Zealand, and we are pleased to further strengthen our commitment to the market by partnering with Micronet, a leading networking solution provider,” said Chris Knox, General Manager – Branded Products, Renaissance.

Micronet products will be available in New Zealand from November 15th and Renaissance says the products will be priced competitively at rates that are on average 20-40% lower than comparable products.

“We provide customers with the most up-to-date technologies and quality services in order to help make communication easier,” says William Fann, CEO of Micronet Communications. “We see a great fit between our business and Renaissance’s distribution network and industry relationships, and we are pleased that we can work together in the New Zealand market.”

Renaissance has also appointed ex-Action Media Sales Manager, Roger Bennett, as a Reseller Account Manager.

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