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Siklu Signs Distribution Agreement with ALLNET


6/20/2017

Siklu Inc., the global company featuring millimeter-wave wireless solutions, announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with ALLNET, a German-based company with more than 20 years of communications, IT and security distribution experience including design and technical support.

ALLNET will now carry Siklu’s complete line of millimeter wave wireless radios, an arrangement which will greatly expand the availability of Siklu’s products within Germany. Initially the distribution agreement will focus on the DACH region and is expected to expand to other regions in Europe in the future.

Products that will be offered through ALLNET includes Siklu’s mmWave EtherHaul line of products, which provide connectivity for street level and rooftops for residential and business broadband, security cameras, Wi-Fi and Mobile backhaul, and other last mile services.

Siklu millimeter wave radio  60, 70/80 GHz spectrum features multigigabit broadband services and transmitting information across security networks, providing interference free and secured communication infrastructure and making it ideal for service providers and mission critical customers.

"Siklu is an industry recognized leading mmWave provider with tens of thousands of installations worldwide," said Tjorben Teunissen, Director BU Network Solution from ALLNET. "We are delighted to add such a successful line of products to our portfolio and to make Siklu’s mmWave radios readily available to our customers in Europe." “Siklu is excited to be included as part of ALLNET’s wireless communication solution providers,” said Aviram Segal, EMEA Sales Director from Siklu. “This agreement enables Siklu to reach a broader audience and to educate them about the benefits of interference free millimeter wave technology.”


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