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YOU’RE INVITED: cnPilot WiFi Technical Workshops hosted by Cambium Networks Distributors in NZ - Be in the know

07 Feb 2017

Event: Cambium Networks technical workshops for cnPilot and cnMaestro, hosted by Cambium Distributors. Locations and Dates: Wellington 21st February, Christchurch 22nd February, Auckland 23rd and 24th February.

Cambium Networks invites you to come and learn about the new Cambium Networks cnPilot WiFi range of products, at one of their distributor's office near you. 

Interested in secure, scalable, cloud-managed WiFi solutions for hospitality, education, public WiFi, small business and even homes?

This is a great opportunity to evaluate the Cambium Networks cnPilot indoor and outdoor WiFi with market leading performance and price in a hands-on technical workshop.

Outdoor wireless LAN (WLAN) solutions are becoming increasingly critical to businesses as are cost effective, high performance indoor WLANs, that are easy to deploy and manage.

Eddie Stephanou, Regional Technical Manager Aust, NZ and Pacific Islands at Cambium will be joined by Roy Wittert, Regional Sales Director to conduct Technical Workshops for cnPilot and cnMaestro around New Zealand.

Customers and partners in New Zealand now have the opportunity to explore and understand the richness of the Cambium Networks cnPilot and cnMaestro solutions.

Kicking off on the 21st of February in Wellington at Ingram Micro’s local offices, the tour finishes up in Auckland on the 24th of February.

The workshops will be hosted by Ingram Micro(Connector Systems); GoWiFi (Streakwave NZ) and Hills NZ.

There will be two sessions, in each city, one at 8:30am until 11:30am and the other from 2:30pm until 5:30pm. Auckland partners are also in luck as there will be a second morning session on the final leg of the tour at Hills NZ. 

Get to know the cnMaestro management system and cnPilot Indoor and Outdoor WiFi Solutions - you won’t regret it.

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