Digitus networking products now available from Nology Distribution
INDUSTRY| Aug. 27, 2012, 8:52 a.m.
Nology Distribution will now distribute a new range of Digitus networking solutions and accessories.
Over the past 16 years, Digitus has built up an international reputation for excellence. South African consumers will now be able to take advantage of the brand’s legendary German quality and engineering, as well as an impressive five year warranty on most of the products.
“Nology has always been focused on delivering the best quality networking products to local businesses and consumers. Digitus delivers the perfect balance of good pricing and excellent quality, and we are confident that these solutions will complement our existing offering and meet the needs of local businesses and consumers alike,” says Danie Janse van Rensburg, Technical Supervisor at Nology Distribution.
“Our clients often request certain accessories, so in order to address this need and complete our offering we have taken their suggestions on board. After extensive testing to ensure compatibility, we added Digitus to our product range. This has expanded our portfolio to include greater choice of connectivity solutions, as well as accessories which we did not offer previously,” he adds.
Nology Distribution will be importing and distributing a variety of Digitus products. These include wireless routers, Bluetooth and wireless adapters, Ethernet and PCI network cards, fast Ethernet switches, Ethernet over Power (Powerline Communication) adapters and USB accessories such as hubs, USB to HDMI graphics adapters and USB repeater cables. Other products are available on request as special orders.
Digitus products have been designed with modern networking needs in mind, to fit seamlessly into both home and office environments and deliver both functionality and ease-of-use. One example of this innovation is the Digitus 70490, a combined access point and range extender device.
The 70490 incorporates the functionality of a standard wireless router, which can be used for access to connectivity, as well as the capability to extend wireless range. This enables users to purchase one device that performs the job of several, saving money and adding convenience, making the Digitus range ideal for South African end-users in the home and office.
Digitus products are currently available exclusively through Nology Distribution. All warranties will be upheld locally.
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