Start-up distributor Wireless Global Network (WGN) is looking for resellers following a deal with Chronos Technology Group's Kooku division to sell access to its wireless hotspots.
WGN was set up last month, using private funding, to meet demand for wireless internet access in the leisure and tourism industries.
Resellers are now being approached and can generate revenues through hardware and access sales, said Christopher Poole, chief executive of WGN.
"We signed an agreement to sell Kooku into the travel industry but we are looking for resellers in other industries," he said.
The company analysed offerings from other vendors before deciding to take up the Kooku offering, according to Poole. "The revenue streams are high and there is a good opportunity for reseller branding," he said.
Manny Pinon, sales and marketing director at distributor Norwood Adam, which also has a deal with Kooku, said interest in the product is high, but sales are coming through slowly.
"Big customers are looking at it, and we even have interest from a customer that wants it rolled out in 2,000 sites," he added.
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