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Axilspot expands into India's channel with new local office

21 Nov 16

Axilspot will be taking part in a leading channel partner awards event in New Delhi, India.

As a global organisation, it delivers quality products with superior solutions to the most critical issues facing wireless networks today.

The event will see Axilspot demonstrate its end to end wireless networking solutions in from of channel partners from around the country.

Bruce Zhou, CEO of Axilspot, says India is witnessing a rapid transformation towards digitisation.

“We at Axilspot are committed to ensure a smoother digital transition as well as last mile connectivity in the country with our comprehensive range of cutting edge wireless networking equipments.”

The company aims to offer consistent high speed wireless connectivity to a number of industry verticals in India and will roll out its entire portfolio of WLAN solutions in India next year.

According to the organisation, its solutions can be widely implemented in large corporate enterprises, Government, education, hospitality and other verticals.

Axilspot’s comprehensive line of products include Dorado, Dolphin, Seal, Switches and Mobula.

“This will also serve as a platform for us to initiate new channel partnerships in the country. We are already in the process of setting up an office in India with a local team as we understand that country specific business challenges can be best managed by local workforce,” explains Zhou.

“By end of this year we’ll have our top executive team in place in the country and going forward we will aggressively focus on our expansion in India.”

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