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Amplicon signs technical distribution deal with INSYS icom

27th September 2013
Mick Elliott

Amplicon has agreed a strategic distribution partnership with INSYS icom. The UK-based distributor becomes the official technical distributor of INSYS icom’s industrial data communication product portfolio. The new partnership strengthens Amplicon position as a leading provider of data communications, industrial computing, measurement and control equipment.

INSYS icom designs and manufactures high performance data communications products. It has an extensive product range which includes modems, routers and gateways that provide wide area network and internet access. The portfolio contains cellular mobile technologies such as GSM, GPRS, EDGE and HSPA, as well as fixed line communications including ADSL2+ for broadband connectivity and legacy 56K analogue modems. The products have a design focus to suit demanding industrial requirements and can be used for various M2M (machine to machine) applications, such as internet remote access, monitoring, diagnosis and alarming of serial and Ethernet equipment.

To further enhance the return on investment of INSYS icom industrial M2M solutions, there will also be a cloud based connectivity service available called the INSYS Connectivity Service, this will be available directly from Amplicon. With this service, companies who invest in remote access technology will quickly realise the full benefit by alleviating many of the difficulties associated with the configuration, access, and management of remote equipment.

Michael Whitehead, the Amplicon Data Communications Product Specialist commented: “Amplicon customers will not only benefit from the choice of a wider range of products from a single supplier, but they will also be able to receive the high levels of pre and post sales technical support across multi vendor equipment; a value added service that Amplicon has built a strong reputation on.”

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