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IoT specialist Chargifi makes agreement with Ingram Micro to expand into Asia Pacific

IoT specialist Chargifi makes agreement with Ingram Micro to expand into Asia Pacific

A new distribution agreement has been setup between Chargifi, and Ingram Micro to expand Chargifi’s reach in the Asia Pacific market. This agreement will also grant Ingram Micro the access to an IoT cloud-management platform for smart wireless power. The US and Latin America are already covered by Ingram Micro through a partnership there.

The soaring demand for wireless power and IoT devices in the Asia Pacific region opens up a new chest of opportunities for the company. Although, Chargifi has already proved popular in other regions, it still does not want to miss out on the Asia pacific market’s huge appetite for smart devices. Carl Jefferys has been appointed as sales director of Asia Pacific and will be the key person for this regional expansion.

Customers like Sydney Airport, Rouse Hill Town Centre shopping mall and The Sporting globe bar in Australia are already using the wireless charging SmartSpots provided by the vendor. Today, greater and smarter access to power is the foundation to experience, whether it’s at an airport, in a bar or at the workplace. Hence, access to convenient power is becoming essential with the boost in the wireless technology recently.

The company aims to make wireless power as ubiquitous as Wi-Fi, with the support of Ingram Micro.

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