US based IoT device-to-cloud solutions vendor Inseego has appointed Dicker Data as its first Australian distributor partner. The deal will cover the later’s full range of customer premises equipment, mobile hotspots and modems, routers and gateways. The announcement comes as the vendor plans expansion beyond US, complementing its Telstra products and aims to make 5G more accessible to its reseller partners.
Dicker Data chief operating officer Vlad Mitnovetski said, “5G technology is revolutionising the way we work, communicate and consume data.”
Dicker said Inseego’s products extend the 5G network edge, enabling broader 5G coverage, multi-gigabit data speeds, low latency and security to deliver internet access. The technology is backed up by automatic failover to 4G LTE or 3G to ensure continuous connectivity.
The vendor will also provide Dicker Data resellers with a variety of options and flexibility to design and deliver solutions that would suit their customers’ needs.
“When looking for a partner to help us grow our presence in the Australian enterprise and IT markets, Dicker Data was the only logical choice,” Inseego APAC country manager Peter Adamovic said.
Adamovic added that Dicker, as an Australian-owned business understands how local companies can leverage 5G to transform their businesses and that Inseego is excited to work with the Dicker Data team to launch its products into Australia.
Dicker Data also recently rounded out its access to Microsoft Surface portfolio. It had also entered new deals with the Jabra and Zoom.