Connector Systems go local with reseller promotions

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New years generally begin with new goals and IT distributor Connector Systems has kicked off 2014 flying New Zealand’s local flag.

So much so that the larger Connector Systems organisation is placing renewed focus on the company’s locally developed offerings this year, including Javelin, AO Cloud and Delve.

“The distribution division of the company remains completely focused on our channel partners and making renewed efforts to support them in their specific goals and opportunities throughout 2014,” says Mark Dasent, General Manager, Connector Systems.

Big promotions…

Big promotions coming out of Connector Systems towers include a special price on Brocade’s ICX6430-24 Switch.

Enterprise-class stackable switching at an entry-level price, the product is designed for small to medium-size enterprises, branch offices, and distributed campuses, these intelligent, scalable edge switches deliver enterprise-class functionality at an affordable price.

In addition, the Brocade ICX 6430-C and ICX 6450-C offer attractive 12-port, compact, and enterprise-class fanless switch models for deployments outside the wiring closet.

Setting a price of $599.00 until the end of March or while stocks last, call Connector Systems now to secure one on 0508 225 527 or email sales@connectorsystems.co.nz.

Aspen Mid-Span PoE injectors special deal…

Aspen’s MB2603AT is a Single-Port, Mid-Span IEEE 802.3af/IEEE802.3 at High Power over Ethernet Injector with maximum up to 30 Watts of power output over Ethernet cables.

It is designed specifically to satisfy the growing demand of higher power required network equipments such as PTZ (Pan, Tilt & Zoom) network cameras, PTZ Speed Dome, colour touch-screen / Video and Voice over IP (VoIP) telephones, multi- channel (11a / b / g / n) wireless LAN access points and other Network devices that need higher power to function normally.

This POE High Power Injector is an ideal solution to deliver data and power to network devices directly via the RJ-45 Port interface without the need of installing extra power outlets and electrical cabling.

Key Features:

• Reduced Installation cost

• Fully IEEE802.3af/IEEE802.3at compliant

• Auto detection and protection of Non standard
Ethernet terminals

• Remote power feeding up to 100m

• 10/100/1000 Mbps supported

• Plug & Play. No configuration required

Connecting the unconnected with Cambium Networks…

Purchase any of the products below and receive the nominated value MTA gift voucher – easy…

Trade in or Trade Up to Gigabit Speed with Allied Telesis…

Running until 31st December 2014, this promotion is specifically targeted at schools.

Resellers will be required to provide a list of trade in switches with serial numbers before delivery of new trade up products, and the trade in switches will be sent directly to Allied Telesis Lower Hutt.

Resellers / schools can trade any model and make of Fast Ethernet switches against the new trade up switches while trade in switches will be donated to Pacific Islands schools / communities.

Sophos UTM TotalProtect Bundles

There are great savings to be had on Sophos’ TotalProtect Bundles, which are made up of the following:

• UTM Hardware

• Full guard License (contains – Essential Firewall, Network Protection, Web Protection, Email Protection, Webserver Protection)

• Premium Support

For more information on any of the above promotions, call Connector Systems now on 0508 225 527 or email sales@connectorsystems.co.nz.

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