Wifinity, the Kingston based wireless ISP, has this week joined forces with Steljes to offer a next-generation WiFi solution to the education market.
Steljes has a 27-year track record in delivering technology solutions to schools and Wifinity has strong domain experience delivering robust business-class Wi-Fi solutions to the military and hospitality markets.
“It is the lack of usable Wi-Fi infrastructure that is currently holding back the most effective use of smart devices. As a result, there is a requirement for efficient Wi-Fi. Steljes Networks provides the robust network infrastructure to deliver high speed, safe and reliable Internet access for students,” says Martin Large, CEO, Steljes.
“We’re delighted to have entered into this exclusive agreement with a company like Wifinity that is so well regarded in the industry, especially for its work with the likes of the Ministry of Defence.”
‘We came to the decision early on that the best way to address the education market was to work with a specialist channel partner. Steljes’ strong market presence make them a perfect partner and the combined Wifinity-Steljes Networks offering is unique and very compelling.’ explains Aubone Tennant, CEO, Wifinity.
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