Cambium Networks signs up Ingram Micro as key distributor for wireless connectivity solutions

Cambium Networks, a provider of wireless broadband networking solutions, announced it has executed an agreement with Ingram Micro as a new distributor. Under the agreement, Croatia-based Ingram Micro will distribute the full range of Cambium Networks’ products throughoutSoutheast Europe; including Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Romania, Albania, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Montenegro, Bulgaria and Macedonia. Ingram Micro’s primary customer base includes service providers and system integrators. Ingram is alsoexpanding its Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) portfolio offering, serving the oil and gas, electro distribution and water utilities markets with Cambium Networks’ cnReach™ narrowband radio platform to address Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition(SCADA) backhaul applications.

“Cambium Networks is the ideal company for us to enter into this partnership with, as its network solutions align with our current wireless communications portfolio and will enable us to deliver more comprehensive connectivity solutions to both existing and new customers,” said Ana Blazinic, managing director Croatia at Ingram Micro.

Ana Blazinic

“The ongoing support and expertise Cambium Networks gives its partners are also extremely valuable, and we look forward to expanding our customer base across the region and helping to connect those that are currently unconnected.”

Cambium Networks’ cnReach is a narrow-band wireless portfolio for the IIoT, with specific applications in connecting SCADAsensors and controls for the water, oil and gas, and utility markets. The products leverage Cambium Networks’ strong point-to-point backhaul and point-to-multipoint distribution network heritage – combining a unique value proposition for both Value Added Resellers (VARs) and service providers in the fixed wireless access market.

Kristijan Fabina

“Ingram Micro is an ideal partner for us as we expand across Europe,” said Kristijan Fabina, regional sales manager at Cambium Networks. “The team is deeply familiar with our products, while the company is present across a large part of the Adriatic region, and can be relied upon to provide technical expertise and outstanding support in the deployment and integration of Cambium products.

The Southeast European broadband landscape has many challenges, and service providers seek affordable, high-quality solutions without compromise, and we will meet this need through our partnership with Ingram Micro.”

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