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New Brunei partner for major secure network provider

AvantiKumar | June 19, 2008
Secure voice and data network provider set to grow Brunei market.

KUALA LUMPUR, 18 JUNE 2008 - Secure network solutions (SCN) provider 3Com Corporation has announced the appointment of Brunei-based integrator Inframac Technology and Marketing (ITM) as its main partner for the Brunei market.

ITM will take advantage of 3Coms SCN solutions to help drive sales of network security, switching and routing, wireless networking, and Voice over IP (VoIP), according to 3Com.

We believe ITM is the right local partner to support 3Coms growth in Brunei for the enterprise and telecommunications markets, said 3Com Malaysia & Brunei country manager Marcus Lai. ITM has solid track record in Brunei and a reputation for matching specialists and companies in projects among the Brunei-based private sector and local government.

ITM managing partner Kevin Ang said, The addition of 3Coms solutions to our portfolio extends our ability to deliver solutions such as security, unified communications, Gigabit Ethernet and wireless, which are in high demand. We are also very interested in rolling out 3Coms Open Services Networking (OSN) platform for integrating Linux-based services into the network as this will appeal to customers that want lower cost, high quality solutions.

ITMs integrated solutions

Ang explained that ITMs portfolio of network solutions include switches, equipment racks and enclosures, and structural cabling systems as well as mechanical and engineering (M&E) solutions for buildings, which include public address systems, audio & video systems, conference systems, CCTV surveillance systems, lighting & security systems, time clock systems, LCD projectors & screen and home automation system.

He added that ITM, formed in 2003 as an infrastructure cabling and consulting company, has developed into a one-stop for ICT solutions center in Brunei Darussalam.
 

 

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