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Lantronix extends Asia Pacific reach with new Shanghai office

08 Aug 2013

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Lantronix Asia Pacific

M2M connectivity company Lantronix on Tuesday formally opened its office in Shanghai, China, as part of its plan to strengthen its presence in the Asia Pacific region. The company, which provides smart machine-to-machine connectivity solutions, already has a regional headquarters in Hong Kong. The Shanghai operations will focus on services including sales, marketing, technical field support, and local engineering for customers and partners within mainland China.

"Our new Shanghai office serves to expand our overall reach throughout Asia Pacific, while greatly improving our ability to service customers, engage new reseller partners and deepen relationships with global distributors who are deeply entrenched within mainland China," said Rob Robinson, vice president of worldwide sales for Lantronix. "The opening of our Shanghai office represents another important step in Lantronix strategy to expand our sales and distribution channels worldwide and ultimately, to ensure that our customers have access to Lantronix full range of secure, easy to deploy, feature rich M2M connectivity solutions."

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