Two deals in two days for Connector Systems

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Local distributor Connector Systems has announced its second deal in as many days, signing up disk backup vendor ExaGrid to follow on from yesterday’s deal with thin client solution provider IGEL.

ExaGrid offers a disk backup solution that works alongside existing backup applications, storing changes from backup to backup instead of storing full copies.

The company’s deal with Connector Systems covers both the New Zealand and Australian markets.

Dale Smith, managing director of Connector Systems, says the brand adds to the company’s strong portfolio of networking, wireless, security and voice products.

“We thrive on representing brands that are in high growth mode with disruptive technologies,” Smith says, “and ExaGrid is no exception to this.”

Check out the ExaGrid website for more on the company’s solutions.

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