SED International to distribute Cables To Go connectivity products
July 2, 2009 -- SED International Holdings has been signed by Cables To Go to serve as an authorized distributor of that company's product line to computer resellers, dealers, custom installers and e-tailers.
July 2, 2009 -- SED International Holdings, Inc., a multinational supply chain management provider and distributor of computer technology, wireless communications, and consumer electronics products, announced that it has been signed by Cables To Go, Inc., a manufacturer of computer cables and connectivity solutions, to serve as an authorized distributor of its product line to computer resellers, dealers, custom installers and e-tailers.
Earlier this month, Cables To Go unveiled a new line of audio/video cabling and connectivity products aimed at educational institutions and specially designed for school implementations involving projectors, interactive whiteboards and other audio/video equipment. In addition to distributing Cables To Go education solutions that enable learning, sharing and collaboration, SED International will carry the complete line of Cables To Go solutions for A/V, computer and datacomm connectivity, including the award-winning RapidRun modular cabling system.
Jonathan Elster, president and COO of SED, comments, "Cables To Go products are important additions to our line card and address the connectivity needs of a broad range of established and underserved market sectors. For instance, school administrations across the country are investing in IT infrastructure to improve student learning by marrying instruction with technology. This is driving robust demand for high quality computing and electronic connectivity solutions, and in turn offers compelling growth opportunities for SED, Cables To Go and our customers."
"We are very pleased to be partnering with SED and look forward to leveraging its multinational distribution expertise, strong and longstanding relationships with resellers and dealers of all sizes, and proactive marketing platform to expand Cables To Go's global market reach," concludes Bill Diederich, president of Cables To Go.