Nimans has launched a series of Samsung WLAN training programmes to help resellers capitalise on burgeoning market opportunities.
The first engineering course took place at Nimans’ Manchester headquarters where engineers learned about site surveys, protocols, system troubleshooting and software, as part of a comprehensive overview. Further training events will be rolled out throughout the year.
Nimans says the WLAN market is set to expand by 20% this year, with the £250m UK sector experiencing growth rates much greater than the PBX arena.
Samsung’s cutting edge WLAN solution has been developed from the ground up based on making the complex simple. Hailed as a ‘natural evolution of voice communication’ it combines exceptional performance with ease of installation and straightforward network management. Samsung WLAN features just two main components; Access Points and their Controllers. Highly effective Air Equaliser functionality, that allocates equal air time to multiple devices, is one of many impressive features.
The training won widespread praise with one Bolton-based reseller commenting afterwards: “I think WLAN is really going to take off over the next few years especially around new build sites. For me this is the system to sell, based on cost, straightforward installation and mainly because we can put voice across it. We are a traditional voice reseller so it’s a natural fit for us. The course was very informative; a great stepping stone to provide the knowledge and confidence for us to take advantage of the undoubted market potential.”
As the only voice and data distributor in the market with this product set, Nimans holds an unrivalled advantage and boasts comprehensive reseller support from start to finish, with a dedicated WLAN team. The company has also produced a Wireless LAN Straightforward Guide to help resellers identify and grasp new market opportunities.
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