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Ruckus CEO to speak at Auckland event

31 Jan 12

Partners and resellers working with wireless technology brand Ruckus Wireless will have a chance to hear the latest on the company from the top dog, CEO Selina Lo, at an event being held in Auckland in February.





Lo will discuss the company, its technology, the channel, and local successes. Ruckus ANZ country manager Carl Jefferys will also speak, and there will be technical presentations on how to get the most from Ruckus technology.





The ‘Big Dog’ partner event will take place on February 23 from 2pm, at the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron in Westhaven Marina.



Those channel partners interested in attending should chat with your Connector Systems representative or email the team here.

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