Lantronix partners with Ingram Micro to expand Europe distribution

Lantronix announced it has signed a distribution partnership agreement with Ingram Micro Europe, a division of Ingram Micro, a global wholesale provider of technology products and supply chain management services.

“Lantronix has a global reputation as an innovator and leader in delivering M2M connectivity solutions that are easy, simple to deploy, feature rich, and offer customers great value,” said Christopher Mory, senior business manager for Ingram Micro Europe.

“For more than 15 years, Ingram Micro has counted Lantronix as one of our valued partners in the US and we look forward to expanding our relationship with them by allowing our customers in Europe access to Lantronix full range of innovative and award-winning device enablement and management products” he concluded.

Under terms of the agreement, Ingram Micro Europe will provide advanced logistics, product delivery and distribution services for Lantronix throughout Europe. Ingram will focus on Lantronix IT and Datacentre Management product families.

Ingram Micro Europe expands the company’s distribution network across the following countries: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

“We are pleased to expand our strong partnership with Ingram Micro, one of the world’s leading providers of technology products, into Europe,” said Kurt Busch, CEO of Lantronix. “This strategic partnership allows Lantronix to increase market awareness of our IT management, device management and external device enablement products in Europe, one of the key elements of our strategic growth plan to expand our sales efforts worldwide. We look forward to a prosperous relationship with the Ingram Europe team.”

Recent Articles

First remote patient monitoring system claimed for bladder dysfunction uses cellular IoT

Posted on: June 2, 2020

Until now, taking accurate bladder function measurements was both a labour-intensive and notoriously inaccurate process. It involved patients voiding (passing urine) into a large top hat-like plastic bucket (called a ‘commode hat’) and keeping manual logs of volume, time, and frequency. A compact and portable battery-powered handheld device promises to revolutionise the sector.

Read more

Podcast: Episode 2 Building a Better Business Case for IoT

Posted on: June 2, 2020

You’ve got the right technology for your IoT application, but do your customers expect free services? Listen as Nick Earle, Eseye CEO tells Jeremy Cowan and George Malim how to build the business case.

Read more