Exertis has announced a raft of new distribution agreements covering established and fast growing market segments, including conferencing and unified communications, the smart home, smart lighting, gaming and network security. These include agreements with:
ClearOne, a provider of conferencing, collaboration and network streaming & signage solutions for voice and visual communications, notably Spontania, a cloud video and web conferencing solution that can connect hundreds of users in a single meeting across multiple devices including mobiles, PCs, telephones and room devices. It can be deployed on-premise or as a cloud service and enables customers to deploy cloud-based media collaboration without the need for expensive infrastructure;
Netatmo, a developer of connected consumer electronics for the smart home, including the Personal Weather Station; the Smart Thermostat; Welcome, an indoor security camera with face recognition; and Presence, an outdoor security camera that detects people, cars and animals;
Nanoleaf, another manufacturer of products for the smart home, notably its colour changing Aurora LED light panels and IVY Smart voice-activated lighting ranges;
Yale, the lock and home security products brand, which has introduced the Smart Living range of smart door locks, smart alarms, and smart CCTV systems. These products can be deployed as standalone solutions or as part of a Yale smart home security system incorporating a smart home alarm, home view camera and smart CCTV with built-in night vision infrared LEDs. They are compatible with other smart home systems and some can even be controlled by the Alexa voice assistant;
Portnox, a market leader for network access control and management solutions designed to ensure security and compliance for businesses of all sizes and all vertical markets. The range includes on-premises (Portnox CORE) and cloud-based solutions (Portnox CLEAR) suitable for all Network Access Control needs, budgets and deployment preferences;
HyperX, the high performance product division of Kingston Technology, for its range of PC Gaming Peripherals, including Cloud headsets, the Alloy FPS gaming keyboard and the Pulsefre FPS gaming mouse; and
Dell EMC. In combination with Hammer, which Exertis acquired towards the end of last year, it has been awarded the distribution contract for Dell EMC’s full portfolio of converged infrastructure, servers, storage and data protection technologies.