Computerlinks will include Ruckus, which claims to fill the gap between consumer Wi-Fi access points and high-end enterprise WLAN systems, within its e-Business division.
The distributor claimed Ruckus would complement enterprise WLAN technology already featured in its portfolio, such as Siemens' HiPath products.
David Caughtry, e-Business director at Computerlinks, said: “Ruckus addresses a great channel opportunity in the SMB market, offering the perfect solution for a company that wants more than just a simple, router based Wi-Fi access point, which are often restrictive in their coverage and functionality.”
James Calderbank, director of enterprise sales, EMEA at Ruckus, said: “Computerlinks has an excellent reputation in the industry and its extensive network of channel partners will enable us to bring reliable and affordable Wi-Fi networks to SMBs. These organisations have traditionally been overlooked.”
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