Winncom (News - Alert) Technologies, an enabler of wireless solutions, has signed a new distribution agreement with Xirrus, a manufacturer of Wi-Fi optimized solutions.
Through this partnership, Winncom Technologies will provide its customers with Xirrus's visionary Wi-Fi Arrays/APs, a Wi-Fi Solution specifically designed and optimized to be future-proof for high-performance networks and to perform in bandwidth-demanding BYOD environments.
"We are exceedingly pleased to team up with Xirrus, a reputable manufacturer of dependable Wi-Fi solutions. We believe Xirrus is just the type of progressive company that will support our strategic initiatives. Their innovative Wi-Fi Arrays/APs will offer a solution to our customers who are looking to combat the added stressors that BYOD has put on their wireless networks," Igor Kurochkin, vice president, Global Vendor Management and Marketing at Winncom said in a statement.
Winncom’s official also said that the company is seeing this product as a game changer for a diverse group of users ranging from corporations, hospitals and schools to sports stadiums and convention centers.
Xirrus delivers a broad portfolio of Access Points and Modular Arrays to meet all the wireless needs for indoor or outdoor uses. With choices from 2-radio APs up to 16 radio Array platforms and with integrated controllers and multi-core processing supporting 802.11a/b/g/n/ac technology on every radio, they are said to show superior performance and flexibility.
"Xirrus is excited about our new partnership with Winncom. Winncom has extensive experience in providing wireless solutions for their partners,” said Rob Pollock, director of Channel Sales for Xirrus. “By adding Xirrus to their solutions portfolio, Winncom now provides the highest performing wireless products at the best price.”
Xirrus believes in Winncom's high touch partner engagement model providing pre-sales consulting and post-sales engineering support to its partners, and anticipates significant incremental growth in partner revenues from Winncom.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson