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Lantronix Partners With Arrow Electronics

By Raju Shanbhag January 30, 2013

M2M has received lot of attention these days as companies and users realize it’s potential. It can work wonders with countless devices that are installed almost everywhere, allowing end users to transmit information from one device to another easily and safely, making machines more ‘intelligent.’

Lantronix, Inc. has announced that the company has partnered with Arrow Electronics, Inc. The agreement will look to improve Arrow's product sales programs. It will also enhance Lantronix product marketing and distribution channels.

For more than a decade, Arrow Electronics has been dealing Lantronix products in the North America region. Now, Arrow Electronics will distribute these products in Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, the company has announced. With this new partnership agreement, Lantronix can explore the developing markets in countries like India, Hong Kong, Brazil and China.

With its PremierWave-XN, an 802.11n dual-band, multi-port serial device server, Lantronix offers WiFi and Ethernet connectivity to its users. This allows users to easily manage their devices on a network and in the big, bad world of internet. With the help of PremierWave-XN, companies can control serial communication on connected devices.

“Arrow is an industry leader and ideal partner for rapidly expanding our brand awareness and sales efforts in the APAC region," said Kurt Busch, CEO of Lantronix. "Extending our partnership with Arrow should serve to accelerate the growth in this region. We look forward to working with the Arrow team to drive Lantronix brand awareness and sales throughout Asia.”

Recently, the company introduced its new xPrintServer Office Edition. According to the company, xPrintServer is a plug-and-print hardware solution that allows printing from iPads, iPhones and all the other iOS enabled devices. xPrintServer is offered in Office Edition and the Home Edition.




Edited by Ashley Caputo

IoTevolutionworld Contributor

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