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TP-Link partners with Eurostar

SI to supply vendor’s networking array to the broadcast and satellite sector in the Middle East

TP-Link partners with Eurostar
Liang says the alliance with Eurostar gives TP Link access to regional expertise and service support.

TP-LINK, a provider of SoHo and SMB networking products has signed a strategic partnership with Eurostar Group, a technology integrator in the Middle East for the broadcast and satellite industry.

TP-Link said the accord will strengthen its in the Middle East and further expand into the region.

Denny Liang, general manager, TP-Link Middle East FZE, said: "We are very pleased with our association with Eurostar. The alliance with Eurostar gives TP Link access to regional expertise and service support, which will benefit us and our customers across the MENA. We made our debut at Cabsat this year, and welcomed an overwhelming response to our products at the show. Our aim is to stretch our products into the broadcast and satellite industry with our high quality product offering."

"We believe that through our strategic alliance with Eurostar, we can create more opportunities for growth and expansion here. With TP-Link's reputable networking products and Eurostar's established presence in digital satellite, this will be a highly profitable partnership for both companies," Liang added.

Youssef Saidi, group COO, Eurostar Group said: "We have a long standing association with TP-Link. Their expertise in providing customised solutions and our regional knowledge and access will help provide the regions telecom providers and end consumers with the ideal solution."

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