Rajant appoints Madison Technologies for its wireless mesh technologies

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Friday, 09 November, 2018

Rajant appoints Madison Technologies for its wireless mesh technologies

Rajant Corporation, the developer of Kinetic Mesh wireless networks, has entered into a strategic distribution agreement with Australian communication solutions company Madison Technologies. This agreement represents Rajant’s further investment into Australia and New Zealand. Madison Technologies’ appointment as distributor enables the company to introduce the Rajant Kinetic Mesh solution to its customers within industries such as mining, oil and gas, rail, transport, ports, smart cities, emergency services and utilities.

“Madison Technologies’ primary customer base and business strategy are specifically focused on wireless and network solutions,” said Geoff Smith, Rajant’s Executive VP of Sales & Marketing. “With Rajant’s Kinetic Mesh network, they will now be able to offer their clients a solution with total mobility, autonomous adaptability and mission-critical reliability. We are pleased to partner with Madison as an additional distributor within the region. Madison Technologies brings solid technical support, along with multiple offices and warehouses across Australia and New Zealand.”

“Rajant … already has proven applications in Australia as well as throughout the world,” said Matt Rhyné, General Manager of Madison Technologies. “By partnering with Rajant, we can change the way that wireless technologies are used within Australian industries. Together with Rajant, we can hone our focus on market verticals with industrial distributed assets with multibrand opportunities for edge connectivity.”

For more information on Rajant solutions within Australia and New Zealand, visit www.madisontech.com/rajant.

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