|By Marketwired .||
|July 16, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
NORCROSS, GA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/16/14 -- Stratix, which provides managed mobility services (MMS) to Fortune 500 companies, today announced a broad sales and support alliance with Meru Networks, the industry leader in intelligent Wi-Fi networking. Both companies serve a dramatically expanding global market, with mobile device counts expected to increase from 10 billion today to 212 billion by 2020.
Under the terms of the partnership, Stratix will resell and support Meru Networks' Wi-Fi solutions, including its 802.11ac access points and its Identity Manager and E(z)RF network-monitoring software suites. Meru's clear advantage in 802.11ac is due primarily to its Virtual Cell, the single-channel deployment option in its MobileFLEX architecture, which optimizes Wi-Fi performance and reduces latency. Meru serves more than 12,900 customers in 56 countries.
"We are impressed with Meru's pace-setting innovations in the enterprise wireless space," said Gina Daniel Lee, Stratix vice president of Strategic Alliances, "making them a strong partner to further future-proof our customers' increasingly complex mobile deployments. We look forward to building new joint opportunities in the education, healthcare, and hospitality sectors, where Meru shines."
Stratix adds the Meru product line to a comprehensive portfolio of mobile technologies and services in environments from factory floors to airports to retail stores. Stratix delivers technology and support services with best-in-class MDM (Mobile Device Management), TEMS (Telecom Expense Management Systems) and a real-time, single pane glass view of all things mobile through itrac360, their asset analytics portal.
"With Stratix as Meru's mobility services partner, our customers can now access a wide range of essential and fully integrated support services, superior logistics and flawless execution," said Gary Abad, vice president of channel sales for Meru. "Stratix will help us deliver our unique value to the increasingly distributed enterprise."
About Stratix Corporation
Stratix is the one of the largest outsourcing Managed Mobile Services providers, delivering, supporting and managing mobile solutions for industry leading global enterprises. For three decades, enterprises have trusted and relied on Stratix's Managed Mobile Services solution to simplify the complexity of mobile. For more information, follow us on Twitter @stratixmobile and visit www.stratixcorp.com.
About Meru Networks
Meru Networks (NASDAQ: MERU) is a leader in intelligent 802.11ac Wi-Fi solutions, delivering uninterrupted user experience for education, healthcare, hospitality and enterprise. The Meru MobileFLEX architecture is designed to enable seamless roaming with traffic separation for critical applications, providing top performance and high capacity in high-density environments. Visit www.merunetworks.com or call (408) 215-5300 for more information.
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