KEEN to expand its distribution channels, particularly for its latest line of CCTV solutions, leading global provider of networking products D-Link International Pte. Ltd. recently entered into a partnership with Nanotec Corporation, one of the leading ICT and security product distributors in the country.
Under the terms of the partnership, D-Link will tap Nanotec’s distribution network to market its line of consumer, small office/home office, and small to medium-sized business products, which includes routers, network switches, range extenders, Ethernet cables, access points, IP security cameras and CCTV security cameras.
“Rising security concerns pose a challenge to consumers, SOHOs and SMBs alike.
The new line of surveillance solutions from D-Link hopes to help users address security issues with convenience and reliability. Through this partnership with Nanotec, we hope to bring our security solutions closer to our target market,” said D-Link President Jacky Chang.
Being a new player in the CCTV industry, D-Link hopes to draw upon Nanotec’s expertise in marketing surveillance products to reach a wider audience. D-Link also hopes to leverage Nanotec’s experience in the CCTV sector to solidify its brand as a provider of complete IT solutions.
Following its motto “Building Networks for People,” D-Link is dedicated to making its products more available and accessible to the Filipino market through various partnerships with local and international distributors. This partnership with Nanotec serves as yet another step toward that goal.
“We are more than excited to be partnering with a leading networking company such as D-Link. With our expertise in the local CCTV market and strong relationship with resellers, retailers and systems integrators, we are confident that we can help grow D-Link’s CCTV business here in the Philippines,” said Nanotec General Manager Eason Cheng.
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