Fortesys is now Malaysia’s Authorised Distributor for Ruckus range of networking products

CommScope recently appointed Fortesys Distribution Sdn Bhd as the authorised distributor for its Ruckus range of networking products spanning all segments across Malaysia.

Fortesys is today one of Malaysia’s leading end-to-end networking solutions providers, while the Ruckus brand is world renowned for wired and wireless networking equipment and software. Ruckus is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and offers Wi-Fi, switching, cloud and software products to mobile carriers, broadband service providers, and corporate enterprises.

In a recent ceremony held at the Tropicana Golf Club, Petaling Jaya, Fortesys regional sales director Kevin Kuak (left in pic) shook hands with ARRIS Solutions Malaysia regional manager BK Choo representing the CommScope group to finalise this partnership for Malaysia.

According to Kuak, Fortesys would continue to deliver a wide range of advanced networking solutions for the Malaysian and regional markets.

“Our mission is to provide the most cost-effective and complete network solutions to meet all our customers’ business needs,” said Kuak, adding that Fortesys’ appointment as the authorised distributor for Ruckus was yet another milestone for the company.

“We are also fully committed to helping companies ‘future proof’ their businesses through state-of-the-art digital networking solutions, added Kuak.

Kuak also shared that Fortesys is today certified by many world class IT vendors, while providing high quality training for customers.

Meanwhile, Choo said that Ruckus had invented and patented various wireless voice, video, and data technologies, such as adaptive antenna arrays that extend signal range.

“Today, we are well known for our Wi-Fi branded products such as indoor and outdoor wireless access points and wireless controllers,” said Choo.

From a market segment perspective, this partnership bodes well for both parties as Ruckus has traditionally been strong in the hospitality and education segments, while Fortesys has various customers across GLCs (government-linked companies), banking and financial services and the public sector.

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