Networking specialist three6five receives top award from Ruckus WirelessPress release issued by Three6five
Johannesburg, 15 Jul 2015
Johannesburg-based three6five has claimed top honours as Ruckus Wireless's MEA Reseller of the Year at the vendor's EMEA BiG DOGs channel partner awards, held in Rome in May.
Ruckus Wireless is a pioneer in the wireless infrastructure market, enabling carriers and enterprises to stay ahead of the exploding demand for high-bandwidth applications and services. This is the second year in a row that three6five has been the recipient of this award.
"Wi-Fi is a major and exciting growth area for three6five. Being recognised for growing the Wi-Fi presence across the African continent, where we have made significant inroads in the telecoms, education, retail and logistics sectors, is testament to our successful partnership with Ruckus," says George Stylianou, chief operating officer at three6five. "We have invested heavily in training our people and equipping our in-house lab, and having the backing of Ruckus' superb technology and support has been critical to our success in this space."
Ruckus Wireless has an extensive network of channel partners throughout EMEA. The annual BiG DOGs conference in Rome brings together partners to exchange best practices, learn more about the latest Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi solutions and receive excellent technical, sales and marketing support. The awards showcase the achievements of Ruckus partners as they continue to drive sales and increase the Ruckus Wireless footprint across the region.
"The demand for Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi hotspots continues to expand across Africa and Ruckus Wireless products currently offer our customers a cost effective, versatile and agile alternative to traditional networking vendors," says Tiens Lange, business unit director at WestconGroup Southern Africa. "We are proud to see our reseller partner three6five achieve the title of Ruckus Wireless MEA Reseller of the Year."
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