Pan-European system integrator Telindus has agreed to sell and integrate Bluesocket's access and management product within its growing number of wireless projects.
The Bluesocket Wireless Gateway was chosen after Telindus assessed it for its security, connectivity and manageability.
"In wireless environments security is of paramount importance. This combined with ease of use, bandwidth management and seamless roaming made it compelling," said Vincent Simonart, vice president at Telindus, in a statement.
Martin Cassidy, vice president and general manager EMEA at Bluesocket, said that the Telindus signing was an endorsement of Bluesocket's technology.
"We were looking for a pan-European reseller to support our growth and Telindus is about the biggest out there," Cassidy said.
But the move would not threaten the work Bluesocket did with smaller VARs, he said. "This is complementary to our smaller VARs and we are still looking to work with more of them. But for some projects we need a big partner like Telindus.
"Between our smaller resellers and Telindus we should have everything covered," Cassidy added.
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