Garderos appoints Control Logic as ANZ distributor
Specialist industrial communications company Garderos has officially partnered with Control Logic to distribute its range of products in Australia and New Zealand. Established in 2002 as a spin-off from Siemens’ information and communication networks (ICN) division, Garderos specialises in providing secure data communication solutions for industrial companies requiring large-scale deployments in harsh environmental conditions.
Having set a solid foundation delivering projects together, Control Logic is now able to offer the Garderos portfolio to its broader customer base. “With several projects now in the implementation and deployment stage, plus some very happy customers, we are seeing the benefits that the Garderos solution delivers firsthand,” said Lee Papadimitrious, General Manager of Products and Marketing at Control Logic. “Garderos has been specifically designed for the industrial sector and have proven themselves to be best-in-class.”
The Garderos multifunction routers support almost all communication standards including 2G, 3G, 4G, ADSL, VDSL (NBN), Ethernet, serial and fibre in varying combinations as well as being hardened against extreme thermal stress and electromagnetic interference. The Garderos solution is said to be suitable for organisations that need to manage a large number of devices in remote locations and requiring secure and reliable connectivity and centralised management. The Garderos Config Server (GCS) software provides for zero-touch provisioning, which automates deployment, maximises productivity and minimises human error with no field configuration required.
“Control Logic have proven their capability and understanding of our Garderos solutions, and we are very happy to be partnered with them,” said Garderos Managing Director, Hermann Knauer. “Initially we had reservations about partnering with a distributor so far from home in Germany; however, the projects we have been able to deliver together has proven to be a successful formula in combination with their strong technical capabilities. We are very excited for the future.”
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