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AMG Systems announces global OEM agreement with N-Tron

Published on 7 October, 2008

 AMG partners with N-Tron
 AMG teams up with N-Tron on several projects involving Ethernet technology
AMG Systems Ltd. recently announced that they have entered a global OEM agreement with US based N-Tron Corporation, a world leading manufacturer of industrial strength Ethernet switches.  Under the new agreement, AMG Systems will sell N-Tron products and provide global technical and commercial support.

Founder and MD of AMG Systems, Dr. Alan Hayes, says, "AMG has experienced significant market growth over the past couple of years and we have been seeing increased demand for solutions where a combination of transmission technologies is required.  As Security & Surveillance and IT continues to converge, there is a significant market for N-Tron's technology.  The addition of this range of high performance, hardened switches to our product portfolio is a very important move and I am delighted that N-Tron has chosen to work with us for branding and positioning within the security and surveillance sector.  We expect strong demand particularly from transportation and security areas where N-Tron's products, complements our Guardian-LiteTM transmission solutions very neatly and I am pleased to say that we're already busy with several projects involving N-Tron Ethernet technology".

Managing Director (EMEA), Mr. Peter Vukmirica, comments, "AMG offers a unique service to its clients.  The direct access to free technical support shows the dedication the company puts into each and every project they work with.  AMG's products are cutting edge, and highly acclaimed.  Outside of that, the company has always enjoyed a reputation for delivering products of very high quality.  All of this fits completely with N-Tron's product- and support philosophy.  I am therefore looking forward to a very fruitful partnership over the coming years".

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