SMB and consumer networks such as Netgear and D-Link are going to face tougher competition as Yorkshire-based distributor Target Components has signed a deal Chinese firm Tenda to bring the networking service to the UK.
Tenda is already available in the Far East and the United States, and now the exclusive deal between Target and Tenda is its first foray into the UK.
The deal followed Target's current drive to launch new brands in the UK.
Target said their deal with Tenda would allow them offer some of the most innovative and comprehensible networking solutions to end-users.
Kelly Coxon, Target's purchasing manager, praised Tenda highly and said that they were very delighted to bring Tenda to the UK. He added Tenda would offer excellent value networking in the UK, as it has already been offering in the Far East.
Speaking about Tenda, Coxon further said, "Their universal 3-year product warranty proves their commitment to quality in such a competitive market."
Tenda's account manager Marvin Luo said that they hit deal with Target as they were impressed with its brilliant track record in launching new brands.
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