Axiz joins Cradlepoint Partner Program to fuel enterprise wireless WAN adoptionDec 7th, 2021 Edit post
Axiz Advanced Technologies today announced a partnership with Cradlepoint, the global leader in cloud-delivered LTE and 5G wireless network edge solutions, to introduce an advanced new solution expected to fuel Wireless Wide-Area Network (WAN) adoption across South Africa and the rest of Africa.
Axiz joins the Cradlepoint Partner Program, which features industry leaders in positioning and selling Cradlepoint’s Wireless WAN business solutions by meeting a series of sales, technical, and business proficiency criteria.
Through this distribution partnership Axiz will support CradlePoint’s goal of offering the industry’s most comprehensive portfolio of Wireless WAN solutions to meet surging need for agile, secure, and reliable connectivity.
Neil Jackson, New Technology Business Unit Manager at Axiz, says the partnership brings exciting new opportunities to Axiz partners in South Africa and the rest of Africa. “This completes the puzzle in taking affordable, high performance and future-proof Wi-Fi to areas lacking copper and fibre, or where it was previously not feasible to roll out Wi-Fi,” he says.
The CradlePoint Partnership opens new business opportunities in IoT, mobile and branch connectivity, he says. With CradlePoint solutions, there are now opportunities to connect buses and taxis securely, take better connectivity to ambulances, police cars and security patrols, or quickly roll out WANs at new developments and unconnected rural areas, he says.
“With its single pane of glass management and the fact that it is 5G ready, CradlePoint is simple to manage and provision. CradlePoint has also worked very hard to ensure that we are price sensitive and deliver significant value to customers, making it ideal for the local market,” Jackson says. He notes that partners gain value adds such as training and access to a global community for information on use cases and success stories, to help them extract as much value as possible.
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