Nomadix, Minerva sign distribution deal
Agreement to cover MEA wireless connectivity solutions
Broadband wireless distributor Minerva has signed an agreement with Internet access solutions provider Nomadix for the distribution of its products across the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region.
Minerva will distribute Nomadix's wireless connectivity solutions using its distribution network of service providers and system integrators in the MEA region, with a specific focus on those who are deploying public Internet access networks and visitor-based networks in the hospitality and public sector markets.
"This recent distribution agreement strengthens our position as the MEA region's leading value added distributor for cutting-edge communications solutions, including wireless broadband, wireless local area network (WLAN), two way radio and TETRA products," said Alexander Allen, CEO, Minerva.
Nomadix, which specialises in public Internet gateways, recently added two new products to its portfolio, a network monitoring tool called Nomadix Internet Traffic Optimizer (NITO) and the Nomadix Wireless Connect Gateway (NWCG), which is aimed at smaller establishments, such as coffee shops and supermarkets. Both products will be included in the recently signed agreement and Minerva will provide training and support to both new and existing partners enabling them to sell the Nomadix range.
"We see a tremendous opportunity to expand our presence in the Middle East and Africa, as Internet access demand continues to increase in those regions," said Fred Reeder, chief commercial and operating officer of Nomadix.
"Minerva has great reach in MEA and we are pleased to partner with them in this effort."