Meru Networks (NASDAQ: MERU) and its Australian distributor Wavelink have announced expansion plans in the Australian region with the addition of a dedicated team of Meru technical sales professionals comprising territory account managers and sales engineers. Meru and Wavelink will bring Meru's advanced wireless solutions, easy to deploy and manage, to enterprises that are attempting to support the thousands of devices that are flooding their enterprises. The team will focus on target markets including education, healthcare, enterprise, government and hospitality.
Wavelink, distributors of Polycom's voice communications solutions, has announced the availability of the new Polycom® KIRK® Butterfly Handset Series of stylish and colourful wireless phones for office environments.
Meru Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: MERU), the leader in virtualised 802.11 enterprise wireless networking, has announced the appointment of channel sales and WLAN veteran, Gary Abad, as vice president of channel sales. Meru also announced that in 2011 channel revenues grew by 20 per cent, and in the past year, channel partners delivered ninety three per cent of Meru's overall shipments. Meru closed 2011 with close to 1,000 partners worldwide.
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