U.K.-based systems integrator Adey Electronics and Black Box aim to drive awareness and adoption of Black Box high-performance KVM solutions in the UK.
“With Adey Electronics, we are expanding the Black Box business in the U.K. with a reliable, well-established and respected partner that wants to grow its project business with high-performance KVM and AV products,” said Frank Noelken, director of KVM business development, EMEA, for Black Box. “We look forward to teaming up on technical projects and leveraging our long-standing relationship to deliver exceptional solutions backed by Adey’s superb technical support and services.”
Adey Electronics specializes in designing and supplying networked solutions to enable secure machine-to-machine communications across 4G/5G cellular, wireless, Ethernet, fibre and legacy serial technologies.
“Black Box offers a broad range of exceptional KVM products that will enhance our ability to design solutions to meet any customer requirement,” said Lewis Harvey, business development manager at Adey Electronics. “Working together through this new partnership, we can be even more successful in bringing reliable, high-performance KVM systems to customers across the U.K.”
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