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Exit40 ramps up networking portfolio

Networking and telecoms distributor adds IP telephony vendor to its portfolio.

Networking and telecoms distributor Exit40 has added an IP telephony vendor to its portfolio in the shape of Zed-3.

Exit40 is authorised to distribute Zed-3’s products in the Middle East, Africa, Pakistan and CIS after educating its team on the hardware during the last couple of months. It will also service and support the products.

“What attracted us to Exit40 is their commitment to quality and their geographical reach,” claimed Iain Milnes, president at US-based Zed-3. “We have trained their technicians and sales staff, and they are now ready to support sales and installations throughout the region.”

Zed-3 manufactures IP PBXs, IP phones and IP gateways. All of its products are based on open standards and use SIP for the communications protocol.

The vendor believes its GS8 modular gateway will prove particularly popular among Exit40’s customer base of networking resellers in the Middle East. It allows a user to make and receive calls on a mobile phone network from its PBX, resulting in cost savings and convenience.

Exit40 also offers equipment from brands such as Netgear, Sonicwall, Trapeze and Buffalo. The company serves the Middle East channel through its office in the UAE, but also has operations throughout Europe.

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