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NetComm Wireless Enters U.S. Market In Synnex/Verizon Agreement

NetComm Wireless, a developer of broadband products for telecommunications carriers, has entered a distribution agreement with SYNNEX Corporation, an IT products and services provider.

As part of the agreement, SYNNEX will deliver NetComm’s wireless M2M devices through the Verizon Wireless sales channel, as well as leading U.S. resellers and system integrators. The agreement will supply NetComm’s newly launched M2M CDMA Router (NWL-11) to the US market.

The NWL-11 is the first NetComm Wireless product available for purchase in the U.S. The device enables users to connect their equipment to gather real-time business knowledge and restructure business maneuvers. Remote system monitoring, remote diagnostics, remote configuration and firmware updates, also are available. 

“Growing our M2M business in the U.S. is one of our key strategic priorities and our relationship with SYNNEX significantly strengthens our position and extends our reach across North America,” said David Stewart, CEO and Managing Director of NetComm Wireless, in a statement. “This new collaboration, combined with the launch of our two flagship M2M devices with wireless heavyweights, Verizon Wireless and Vodafone, will ensure greater M2M efficiencies for industry and enterprise applications across the U.S. and globally.”



About Alicia Fiorletta

Alicia Fiorletta is Senior Editor for Channel Marketer Report. Working closely with industry analysts and experts, Alicia reports on the latest news, technologies, case studies and trends coming to forefront in the channel marketing world. With a focus on emerging marketing strategies, including social, mobile and content for demand, Alicia hones in on new ways for organizations to market to and through their partner networks. Through her work with G3 Communications, Alicia also acts as Associate Editor for Retail TouchPoints, a digital publishing network focused on the customer-facing area of the retail industry.

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